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Water Infrastructure Advisory Council meeting set for August 17 in Dover

The Delaware Water Infrastructure Advisory Council (WIAC) will meet at 9 a.m. Aug. 17 at the Delaware Technical and Community College Corporate Training Center, in Dover.




DNREC now accepting applications for Wastewater, Drinking Water Asset Management Incentive Programs, with proposals due by Aug. 31

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Environmental Finance is accepting applications from county and municipal governments for the Wastewater and Drinking Water Asset Management Incentive Programs.




Protect Your Groundwater to Protect Your Health

Nearly every person in Delaware drinks some form of groundwater on a daily basis, so we all have a reason to preserve its quality. That’s why the Delaware Office of Drinking Water (ODW) within the Division of Public Health (DPH) is recognizing national Protect Your Groundwater Day on September 8, 2015.







 Pages Tagged With: "drinking water"

Water Infrastructure Advisory Council meeting set for August 17 in Dover

The Delaware Water Infrastructure Advisory Council (WIAC) will meet at 9 a.m. Aug. 17 at the Delaware Technical and Community College Corporate Training Center, in Dover.




DNREC now accepting applications for Wastewater, Drinking Water Asset Management Incentive Programs, with proposals due by Aug. 31

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Environmental Finance is accepting applications from county and municipal governments for the Wastewater and Drinking Water Asset Management Incentive Programs.




Protect Your Groundwater to Protect Your Health

Nearly every person in Delaware drinks some form of groundwater on a daily basis, so we all have a reason to preserve its quality. That’s why the Delaware Office of Drinking Water (ODW) within the Division of Public Health (DPH) is recognizing national Protect Your Groundwater Day on September 8, 2015.