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    Fallsburg gets $10M Loan for WWTP
    A $10.8 million no-interest loan was awarded to the eastern Sullivan County Town of Fallsburg las...
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    Revised Total Coliform Rule Assessments and Corrective Actions
    EPA has released the Interim Final version of the Revised Total Coliform Rule Assessments and...
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    WaterSense Free Webinar on Water Loss Control
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    Flush Defying Wipes Bedevil Cities as Sewers Surrender
    The ancient Greeks used clay and stone; the ...
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    Ford Fleet Deal for NYRWA Members
    Ford’s new 2015 F150 pickup has finally been scheduled and production will start soon. They...
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    Town of Rotterdam Wins the Title of Best Tasting Drinking Water in New York State
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    Sewer Workers Battling a “Fatberg” the Size of a Boeing 747 Under London
    Thames Water, the company that keeps sewers flowing freely under London, has released a set of di...
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    NYS EFC Approves More Than $3.87 Million in Low Cost Financing
    NYS Environmental Facilities Corp. Approves More Than $3.87 Million (read more)

    Human Studies On Benefits of Alkaline Water
    Bones: Alkaline mineral water lowers bone resorption even in calcium sufficiency: alka...
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    Flushability of Wipes Spawns Class Action Lawsuit
    A New York doctor has filed a federal class-action lawsuit against the makers of “flushable...
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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.