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    State Budget Has $200M for Water and Wastewater Projects
    New York State has $200M to help municipalities with water and wastewate...
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    NY ALERT Registration Reminder
      Just a reminder if you have not already registered to su...
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    NYRWA’s 36th Annual Technical Conference Quickly Approaching
    We would like to thank the following companies for registering to exhibi...
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    Shared Services Working for Small Town/Village
    Due to Governor Cuomo’s call for increased statewide consolidation...
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    EPA On-Line Training Available on the RTCR
    Here is the site for this training.  Please read below. (read more)

    Activated Sludge Pre-Certification Course Coming Up
    Activated Sludge Pre-certification Course Offering – BOCES 2-CWD, ...
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    Here, There, Everywhere a Water Main Break
    Everywhere across our state you are hearing about water main breaks, eve...
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    Happy Retirement Dan Tousley and Welcome Fred Holley
    All of us here at the NYRWA want to wish Dan Tousley all the best in lif...
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    Mayor Joe Keegan from Castleton-on-Hudson Testifies before Congress
    On Friday, February 27, 2015, Congress held a hearing on “Drinking...
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    Great Water Story – Study conducted by Students

    Upcoming Training

    Date: April 22, 2015
    Topic: Flood Resilience: A Basic Guide for W/WW Systems

    Date: April 23, 2015
    Topic: Hydrants/Valves/Meters, Rules & Reg's

    More Training

    New Members
    March, 2015

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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.