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Town of Babylon Partnership Helps Promote Sustainability.
New regulation schedule for PFOS, PFOA and 1,4-dioxane. NYS Council to study 1,2,3-Trichloropropane and perchlorate. What this means for SCWA, and what it means for our customers.
Public Forum Allows Residents to Ask Questions On Water Quality and Other Key Topics.
Customers formerly on private home wells contaminated with PFOS and PFOA now have access to safe SCWA water.
$20 Charge Will Fund Development of Treatment Systems To Remove 1,4-Dioxane, PFOS and PFOA throughout Service Territory.
Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies cites the Authority’s Numerous Water-saving and Energy-saving Initiatives.
State Department of Health Allows Method That Detects Perfluorinated Compounds at Two Parts-Per-Trillion.
Collaboration between SCWA, Village Promotes Sustainability, Public Water Supply.
Schumer Helps Water Authority Secure Key Funding That Will Help Protect Suffolk Ratepayer.
The stations offer beachgoers an easy way to refill reusable water bottles. It is estimated that tens of millions of plastic water bottles are thrown out in the United States every day.