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Investigation into the presence of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) in New Hampshire

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May 20, 2019
  Coastal Program Announces Request for Proposals for New Hampshire Coastal Resilience Municipal Planning Grants
May 15, 2019
  27th Annual New Hampshire Fourth Grade Water Science Fair and Poetry Winners Announced
May 14, 2019
  Destination Electric Plugs into Local Communities to Spotlight Small Businesses Who Support Driving Electric
May 10, 2019
  Governor Sununu Highlights State Employee Energy Efficiency Efforts
May 9, 2019
  Atlantic Coast and Hampton/Seabrook Harbor Shellfishing Closed Because of "Red Tide"
May 5, 2019
  NH Addressing Drinking Water Issues, Private Wells at Greatest Risk
Drinking Water Week May 5-11
May 3, 2019
  NHDES Coastal Program and Partners Kick Off Four Coastal Resilience Projects to Help Communities Prepare for Sea-level Rise and other Climate Change Impacts
May 2, 2019
  Wastewater Treatment Plants Recognized For Improvements in Energy Efficiency
May 2, 2019
  Attend the Largest Drinking Water Source Protection Event in New England
May 1, 2019
  Matching Grants Available for Protection of Water Supply Sources
April 22, 2019
  New Lake Reports Released on the NHDES Lake Information Mapper
April 2, 2019
  NHDES settles case with Brady Sullivan Resulting in a Fine and Three Important Environmental Cleanups
March 21, 2019
  Aquatic Resource Mitigation 2019 Grant Announcement
March 7, 2019
  NHDES Coastal Program and Partners Receive $250K NOAA Grant to Update Best Available Science, Build Social Capital and Evaluate New Tax Incentives for a Resilient Coastal NH

 

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  New Online Payment System for SSB's e-Permitting Coming in May – eChecks to be accepted!
  Post-Hazard Event Summary – Ice Jam, South Branch Piscataquog River Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  2018 Clean Diesel Grant
  Drought Management
  NH Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund website
  State of New Hampshire Air Quality - 2017: Air Pollution Trends, Effects and Regulation Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  State of New Hampshire Air Quality - 2017: Executive Edition Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Volkswagen Settlement
  Environmental News Newsletter Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  New Hampshire's Environmental Dashboard

 

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  Approved 401 Water Quality Certification for maintenance dredge of Hampton and Seabrook Harbor
  Register now for the May 16 Drinking Water Source Protection Conference
  Draft 401 Water Quality Certification for commercial development in Seabrook available for Public Comment Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Final Phosphorous TMDL for Phillips Pond in Sandown Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  EPA's Review of the Final Phosphorous TMDL Report for Phillips Pond in Sandown NH Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  EPA's Approval Letter for the Final Phosphorous TMDL Report for Phillips Pond in Sandown, NH Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Alert! Obtaining Emergency Authorization to Repair/ Replace Damaged Culverts Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  New Hampshire National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Study Commission
  Approved 401 Water Quality Certification for NHDOT Route 16 Improvements in Dummer
  Wetlands Bureau Rulemaking and Process Improvement Effort
  Great Bay Estuary

 

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