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E-News from NEW Water (Q1 2018)

March 28, 2018

Q1 2018 The Wave Newsletter

Sept13-scum-crop-1NEW Water Partnering on a Study of the Bay

NEW Water is participating in a joint study with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Zilber School of Public Health regarding toxins present along the shoreline at Bay Beach.  Data indicates the presence of cyanotoxins, which are harmful to humans and animals.

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2018 NEW Watershed Champion - Kelly EllisNEW Watershed Champion: Kelly Ellis

Ms. Kelly Ellis was named 2018 “NEW Watershed Champion” for founding the Greater Green Bay STEM Network as well as other contributions in the realm of science, technology, engineering and mathematics essential to effectively care for, and manage, our precious water resources.

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R2E2 newsR2E2 Preparing for Startup

Fox11 visited NEW Water this week to cover a story about preparation for startup of the new solids handling facility, Resource Recovery and Electrical Energy, or R2E2.

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