NepRWA recently received a grant from the MassDEP to aid towns in an effort to reduce stormwater pollution.
NepRWA does not support the Governor's proposed changes to NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) permitting.
Initial moves by the Trump Administration threaten the health of waterways both across the nation and here in the Neponset Valley.
The final stormwater structure is currently under construction on Avery Street.
Sept. 9, 2016 — Drought Level Increases for Regions of Commonwealth, Other Areas Unchanged Monitoring of Water Resources to Continue, Water Conservation by Public Necessary Click here to read press release from MA Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.
The long awaited update to the US EPA’s municipal stormwater permit (MS4) is scheduled to be released before the middle of April.
Over the last couple of weeks the Baker Administration has made a number of significant appointments to his new environmental team. Some of these include Mathew Beaton to head the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs and George N. Peterson to lead the MA Department of Fish and Game. Both are former legislators and while I […]
After twelve long years of sweat and tears by the Neponset River Watershed Association and local Quincy citizens, the Quincy RiverWalk officially opened at noon on Tuesday, September 30, 2014. A Ribbon Cutting ceremony was held at the Adams Inn Gazebo, 29 Hancock St., Quincy right next to the Neponset Avenue Bridge. Speakers included Quincy […]