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WWLP Springfield
Officials break ground on new fishery pipeline projecthas to use lots of energy to pump warmer, less clean water from the Swift River
Officials break ground on new fishery pipeline project
WWLP Springfield / Posted an hour ago
has to use lots of energy to pump warmer, less clean water from the Swift River. But Fred Laskey, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, explained that the new pipeline will allow water “to come in via gravity because of... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Dukakis, Pollack find common ground on North-South Rail Linkdo that,” Dukakis recalled. “But Frank Sargent was an enthusiastic chair of tha
Dukakis, Pollack find common ground on North-South Rail Link
WWLP Springfield / Posted yesterday
do that,” Dukakis recalled. “But Frank Sargent was an enthusiastic chair of that task force and it led directly to the [Massachusetts Water Resources Authority] and the spectacular improvement in the harbor, so I’m all for involving former... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
A rare chance to experience Nut Island inside outaround the peninsula, a descent down 100 steps to see the inner workings of the
A rare chance to experience Nut Island inside out
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 6 days ago
around the peninsula, a descent down 100 steps to see the inner workings of the sewage transfer facility maintained by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority and historical talks on ship breaking and ordnance testing of past centuries on the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Love that (formerly) dirty water? Sign up for Charles River swimThe conservancy also partners with the Charles River Watershed Association, Dep
Love that (formerly) dirty water? Sign up for Charles River swim
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
The conservancy also partners with the Charles River Watershed Association, Department of Public Health, and the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority to help test the water quality of the river prior to the event, and ensure it’s... Read more
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Boston Globe
Lead testing procedures ‘have failed our children,’ Newton parents sayand comprehensive” testing of all faucets and water fountains in all schools by
Lead testing procedures ‘have failed our children,’ Newton parents say
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
and comprehensive” testing of all faucets and water fountains in all schools by an independent third party, rather than the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, on a regular basis. They want an explanation of what what transpired in 2005 and... Read more
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Boston Globe
High lead levels found at two Brookline schoolswater fountain at Brookline High School were found to be “over the standard” af
High lead levels found at two Brookline schools
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
water fountain at Brookline High School were found to be “over the standard” after results from 16 tests conducted by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority were returned to the town on W Letters went out to parents of students at both... Read more
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Boston Globe
Mystic River report card ranges from A to Fsamples collected monthly by watershed association volunteers at 15 sites, and
Mystic River report card ranges from A to F
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
samples collected monthly by watershed association volunteers at 15 sites, and data gathered at numerous locations by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority. The grades reflect the rates at which the sampled water met standards for swimming... Read more
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Lowell Sun
MBTA general manager battling cancer, will retire- a reference to a childhood pastime the chief administrator had disclosed to t
MBTA general manager battling cancer, will retire
Lowell Sun / Posted 1 months ago
- a reference to a childhood pastime the chief administrator had disclosed to the Boston Globe. DePaola had worked for the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, the MBTA and overseen state highways when Pollack tapped him to take over the system... Read more
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