UNITED FOR CLEAN WATER SINCE 1952.
RICWA is an advocate for wastewater operators, providing training, technical information, and networking opportunities with the goal of improving water quality in Narragansett Bay and all the waters of the State of Rhode Island.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) New England Office recently awarded three 2023 Regional Wastewater Treatment Awards to Rhode Island wastewater facilities and individuals to recognize them for their commitment to improving water quality.
Join us to CONGRATULATE Senator DiMario and DISCUSS issues affecting water, wastewater, and storm water important to Rhode Island communities
Sponsored by and Special Thanks to:
Representative Thomas Noret
Representative Camille Vella-Wilkinson.
The Water Environment Federation represents more than 30,000 water professionals who work every day to protect public health and the environment. We share concerns about PFAS. But water utilities don’t produce or use PFAS and now have to clean up after polluters.
As I recommence into my 5th year as your association President, I (again) thank you for your support and look forward to representing all of you as the President of the Rhode Island Clean Water Association in 2024...
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Paul Derosiers has made a great career in the clean-water business, and along the way has used skills he acquired in his early years as a teacher. An economic downturn gave Paul Desrosiers his start in wastewater. At the time, a few decades ago, he thought his detour...
You’re invited to join us at our annual TRADE SHOW & LUNCHEON! Event will be held at 'The Crowne Plaza' located801 Greenwich Ave, Warwick, RI 02886 More information to come shortly! Nora Lough TreasurerRhode Island Clean Water Association
Removing PFAS Starts at The Source Stories about PFAS have multiplied as we discover more about these “forever chemicals.”They’ve been in our lives since the 1940s – used in clothing, carpets, couches, cookware, cosmetics, and more – but we had no idea until this...
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Established in 1952, the Rhode Island Clean Water Association (RICWA), formerly the Narragansett Water Pollution Control Association (NWPCA), is a non-profit organization created to promote the advancement of knowledge concerning the nature, collection, treatment, and disposal of domestic and industrial wastewaters.
Rhode Island Clean Water Association
P.O. Box 8805
Cranston, RI 02920