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MRWC Joins Lawsuit Against Recent Clean Water Rollbacks

MRWC Joins Lawsuit Against Recent Clean Water Rollbacks

MRWC Joins Lawsuit Against Recent Clean Water Rollbacks Source: Conservation Law Foundation On April 29, The Merrimack River Watershed Council joined the Conservation Law Foundation as it filed a lawsuit against the Trump Adminstration challenging the recent rollbacks...
Combined Sewer Overflow 101

Combined Sewer Overflow 101

Combined Sewer overflow 101 Source: MRWC YouTube The Merrimack River Watershed Council’s John Macone and Dan Graovac answer member questions on Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO’s). To help in our fight against CSO’s, join as a member or donate to the...
MRWC’s actions during COVID-19 outbreak

MRWC’s actions during COVID-19 outbreak

MRWC’s actions during COVID-19 outbreak During this unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), MRWC wants to share the steps we are taking as we respond to this evolving situation. First and foremost, our hearts go out to all those directly impacted by...
Making the Merrimack River safe

Making the Merrimack River safe

Making the Merrimack River safe Group unveils ways to protect public from sewage in waterway Source: Mike LaBella – Eagle Tribune HAVERHILL — A group watching over the Merrimack River is developing ways to better notify the public when sewage flows into the...
…but there’s a new threat

…but there’s a new threat

The Merrimack River has come a long way, but there’s a new threat Source: Bob Dumas – Boston 25 News NEWBURYPORT, Mass. — Over the last 50 years, the Merrimack River has made a tremendous comeback. Areas that were once overwhelmed with industrial pollution...