EPA Smart – Recognize Water Resource Recovery Facilities

NSmart is a proposed voluntary program to recognize water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs), and their watershed partners, progress towards reducing nutrients in waterbodies. The EPA’s Office of Water and the NSmart Steering Committee are hosting an interest and information webinar to introduce a proposed voluntary recognition program for POTWs, WWRFs, communities, and other stakeholders and potential partners that have reduced or are working towards reducing nutrient loadings to streams, rivers, lakes, and other surface waters. 
As one of these stakeholders, we would like to provide you with background and answer your questions on the different ways to participate and be recognized as NSmart and gauge your interest in NSmart. We want to know how best to engage with you and make recognition valuable to you, your ratepayers, partners, and local communities. 
There are two opportunities to participate in the webinar: 

  • Wednesday, April 10, 1-2pm (EDT) 
  • Thursday, April 11, 3-4pm (EDT)

Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/be-nutrientsmart-nsmart-informational-webinar-tickets-56365697318
If you belong to a number of networking or subscriber lists, you may receive this invitation more than once from different sources. You only need to respond to one to reserve your spot on the webinar. Also, please feel free to share with colleagues and stakeholders you believe would be interested.

Published by Peter Cavalli, MPA

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