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Some information about the history of the NHWPCA


Read the 2015 NHWPCA Presidents Address

Next Director’s meeting:
TBA. If you have any questions please contact our President Peter Goodwin at

Read about our Board of Directors for 2015.




Find Your Bacteria Source- Microbial Source Webinar. July 23, 2015 at 2pm EDT.
Click here for details.

NEWEA Spring Meeting press release covering the Ops Challenge competition, which took
place last month. Congratulate to the top three teams (RI, NH, ME), who will all be competing
at WEFTEC this fall. View press release here.

The New England Water Environment Association would like to recognize an outstanding
local high-school student who recently competed at the national level for the highest
award in youth water science research, the Stockholm Junior Water Prize. We hope to
raise public awareness to water research and encourage other students to get involved
in the water sciences. View press release here.

The NHWPCA 50th Anniversary Committee is looking for volunteers.
There’s a little under 2 years to plan this event. If you are interested in helping
contact Kevin Mclean at

All NHWPCA Committees are looking for volunteers.
 Please contact a
Committee Chair or a member of the Board of Directors if you
are interested in supporting the NHWPCA.


Activated Sludge Process Control & Optimization Class –
October 20 & 21, 2015 at the NH Audubon Center in Concord, NH.
Click here for details.

NHDES Pre-Proposals for Watershed Grants
Click here for details.

NEWEA Operator Exchange Program – As a participating member association
of NEWEA, the New Hampshire Water Pollution Control Association is proud
to act as host for an operator from the State of Massachusetts this year.
New Hampshire will host an operator from Massachusetts in October.
The Board of Directors is now soliciting treatment plants that might be willing
to be part of the tour for our Massachusetts guest during the 10/6 to 10/8 timeframe.

The Operator Exchange Program provides opportunities for operators to attend
meetings, visit or tour different treatment plants for several days of skill
enhancement, networking and knowledge exchange. The Exchange involves
2-3 days of touring, meetings and travel and is hosted by operators in the
participating State. The Board of Directors is now soliciting a volunteer to be
this year’s operator exchange representative from New Hampshire.

Interested individuals and plants should contact
Fred McNeill at

NH Public Works Association meeting minutes can be viewed here.

NEWEA Awards Nominations are open. Please forward the Alfred E. Peloquin
and NHWPCA Operator of the Year Award Nominations to Fred McNeill ASAP.
Other NEWEA Award Nominations can be completed on the NEWEA website. 


Employment Opportunities
The Town of Allenstown, NH
The Town of Seabrook, NH
The City of Rochester, NH
NHDES, Concord, NH
The Town of Kittery, ME
The City of Nashua, NH







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This website last updated 7/26/2015