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2019 Press Releases

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-09-2019 Atlantic Coast and Hampton/Seabrook Harbor Shellfishing Closed Because of "Red Tide"
May-05-2019 NH Addressing Drinking Water Issues, Private Wells at Greatest Risk
Drinking Water Week May 5-11
May-03-2019 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-02-2019 Wastewater Treatment Plants Recognized For Improvements in Energy Efficiency
May-02-2019 Attend the Largest Drinking Water Source Protection Event in New England
May-01-2019 Matching Grants Available for Protection of Water Supply Sources
Apr-22-2019 New Lake Reports Released on the NHDES Lake Information Mapper
Apr-02-2019 NHDES settles case with Brady Sullivan Resulting in a Fine and Three Important Environmental Cleanups
Mar-21-2019 Aquatic Resource Mitigation 2019 Grant Announcement
Mar-07-2019 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
Feb-25-2019 Mapper Now Includes Mercury in Fish Tissue Data
Jan-15-2019 Stone Wall Mapping Project Uses New Technology to Honor The Past
Jan-04-2019 NHDES Recommends Lower Arsenic Level
Jan-02-2019 NHDES Proposes New PFAS Drinking Water Standards

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