2019 Annual Water Quality Report (CWMN Program)

View results from the volunteer CWMN Program to check on the health of your waterways

NepRWA’s Community Water Monitoring Network or “CWMN” is an Environmental Protection Agency-approved, volunteer-based approach to water quality monitoring that has been running at NepRWA since 1995.

This year, 52 CWMN volunteers collected 480 water samples at 41 locations throughout the Neponset Watershed, from May through October.

Samples were collected from Canton, Dedham, Dorchester, Hyde Park, Foxborough, Mattapan, Medfield, Milton, Norwood, Sharon, Stoughton, Walpole, and Westwood.

The water quality data compiled from the CWMN Program is essential to locate suspected contaminated areas and follow up on the source of contamination during the Hotspot Water Sampling Program.

Click here to read the full 2019 Water Quality Report

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