NEW Water teamed up with the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay for an action-packed STEM Superheroes Summer Camp. Fifteen children earned their “Defenders of the Bay” certificates.
Meet the Superheroes
Utility of the Future
NEW Water has been recognized as a Water Resources Utility of the Future Today. Approximately 16,000 water resource recovery facilities operate in the U.S.; NEW Water has received this recognition in its inaugural year. Learn more
Milestone for Aquatic Monitoring Program
For 30 years, NEW Water’s Aquatic Monitoring Program has collected and provided scientific data, adding value to the body of knowledge of our ecosystem, and is helping NEW Water achieve permit compliance, and is helping to protect our most valuable resource, water. Find out more
Join NEW Water's Erin Wilcox for "A Day in the Life of the Aquatic Monitoring Program"!
Check out the video, and learn more about the program
What else is New with NEW Water?
NEW Water hosted a Quarterly Update meeting in September, which covered construction progress of the new solids handling facility, Resource Recovery and Electrical Energy (R2E2), the draft 2017 budget, the Silver Creek Project and Adaptive Management.See the Quarterly Update