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    Many thanks to all those that participated in the NYRWA 3

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    Friday, May 20, 2016 - 7:51am

    Today, based on the latest science on two chemical contaminants called PFOA and PFOS, EPA is releasing drinking water health advisories to provide the most up-to-date informatio

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    Breaking News:  Water Quality Improvement Project (WQIP) Grant and Enginee

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    New York Rural Water Association drinking water(NYRWA)

    is a not-for-profit organization organized in 1979 with the goal of promoting the development, improvement, and sound operation of rural drinking water and wastewater systems throughout New York State. Consistent with our desire to protect the integrity of rural water resources, New York Rural Water Association recently expanded its scope to offer training, technical, and administrative assistance to rural communities and systems in need of capacity development.