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    NYSDOH Recommends No Fracking
    12/17/14
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    London’s Singing Sewermen Belt Out The Twelve Blockages of Christmas
    12/17/14
    London’s singing sewermen belt out ‘The Twelve Blockages of Christmas’...
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    DiNapoli Releases Report on Environmental Funding in New York State
    12/15/14
    The Department of Environmental Conser...
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    What Does “Flushable” Really Mean?
    12/09/14
    Utilities across the country are delivering ...
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    Check out this new way to clean your worst water mains
    12/09/14
    ICE PIGGING combines the operational advantages of flushing with the cleaning impact of soft pigg...
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    CDC Preparing Ebola Guidance for Wastewater Sector Workers
    12/03/14
    NAWC has been working with water associations and public health organizations to obtain reliable ...
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    Listening Sessions coming up on 2014 Farm Bill – Please consider Participating
    12/01/14
    USDA Rural Development is holding a listening session to hear comments on the 2014 Farm Bill prov...
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    Applications for Smart Growth Grants
    11/24/14
    Applications Being Accepted for Adirondack and Catskill Smart Growth Implementation Grant...
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    Water Sampling Could Confirm Toxic Concerns
    11/24/14
    Two Ithaca-based scientists are paddling from Cayuga Lake to Albany, testing water for plastics p...
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    Guidance on Ebola for Workers handling Untreated Sewage
    11/21/14
    The U.S. Centers for Disease C...
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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.