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Take the Pennsylvania Section AWWA Strategic Plan Survey from 2018-2022

Take the Pennsylvania Section AWWA Strategic Plan Survey from 2018-2022 We are currently working on the Section’s strategic plan and would like input from our members. PA-AWWA STRATEGIC PLAN SURVEY Please send the survey to Patty Chila at pchila@paawwa.org or fax to us at 717-774-0288 by January 31, 2018…Thank you!!!  

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REGISTER FOR PA-AWWA’S 70TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON-LINE NOW!!!

REGISTER FOR PA-AWWA’S 70TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON-LINE 2018 Registration Form Exhibitor Registration Form   CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS…Deadline is January 12, 2018 PA-AWWA 2018 Conference 70th Anniversary May 8 – 10, 2018 Kalahari Resorts, Pocono Mountains, PA 2018 ABSTRACT FORM

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Important Tools from PA DEP: Water Use Reports Information

Water Reports Searchable wastewater-related reports, including electronic discharge monitoring reports (eDMR), have been moved to the new Wastewater Reports page. Water Use Reports DEP collects electronic self-monitoring water use reports from public water supply agencies, hydropower facilities and each person whose total withdrawal exceeds an average rate of 10,000 gallons per day in any 30-day […]

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PA DEP Names Tim Schaeffer Deputy for Water Programs

PA DEP Names Tim Schaeffer Deputy for Water Programs DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell Wednesday announced the appointment of Tim Schaeffer to the position of Deputy Secretary for Water Programs starting December 18.   As Deputy, he will be responsible for overseeing the operations of the bureaus of Waterways Engineering and Wetlands, Safe Drinking Water, and […]

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EPA curb on nonstick chemical may have reduced number of babies with low birth weight…November 28, 2017 by Brady Dennis and Juliet Eilperin / The Washington Post

EPA curb on nonstick chemical may have reduced number of babies with low birth weight November 28, 2017 10:06 AM Brady Dennis and Juliet Eilperin / The Washington Post   Efforts to phase out a chemical used in nonstick coatings have resulted in fewer U.S. babies being born underweight in recent years, according to findings […]

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