Financial Assistance for Well Owners Impacted by Natural Disasters

A new NHDES program provides short-term relief and financial assistance for low-income residential well owners experiencing irreversible deterioration of water supply quantity or water quality caused by droughts or other types of natural disasters.

PFAS Removal Rebates for Private Wells

This new program provides rebates to eligible private well users for up to $5,000 for the installation of PFAS treatment or up to $10,000 for a service connection to a public water system.

Report an Oil or Hazardous Material Spill

NHDES Spill Response responds to petroleum and hazardous waste spills in New Hampshire, with an on-call team of experienced responders available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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ARPA and Infrastructure Funding

Our new Infrastructure Funding website will be used to provide up-to-date information on drinking water, wastewater and stormwater programs related to the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021. Visit the website and subscribe for email alerts for announcements.

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Wood Burning and Home Heating

Winter is a time when many New Hampshire residents use wood to heat their homes. Although wood is sometimes considered an environmentally friendly fuel for home heating, it can be a significant local source of particulate matter emissions, which can aggravate asthma and cause shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. There are important steps that the wood-burning public can take to reduce these emissions. Learn more with UNH Extension's Heating Your Home with Wood and EPA's Burn Wise resource pages.