Happy holidays from NEW Water! Enjoy our staff parody of "Let It Go" from Fozen, and remember to only flush the "3Ps."
Mad Science Saturday at Titletown
NEW Water joined the fun in October with Titletown’s inaugural Mad Science Saturday community event for families. Activities featured making lava lamps, and dressing up as a #FlushFighter to protect our water.
Learn more about our outreach efforts
Grant for Trees for Northeast Wisconsin
NEW Water has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Forest Service under U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) to plant 1,700 trees. The effort supports water quality improvements by helping to capture stormwater runoff. Funding will be passed through to communities in NEW Water’s service area including Allouez, Ashwaubenon, Bellevue, De Pere, Green Bay, Howard, Ledgeview, the Oneida Nation, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Water's Worth It!
NEW Water is teaming up with the Brown County Library, and the Water Environment Federation to promote the importance of water ~ check out this adorable new children's book called "Water's Worth It!" Here, our Exec. Director Tom Sigmund donates the book to Library Exec. Director Sarah Sugden.
Learn more about the Water's Worth It Campaign
NEW Water held a quarterly update meeting on December 18, covering topics including budget, green initiatives, and "what not to flush." See the presentation
"Unflushables" - wipes, dental floss, sanitary products - anything but the "3 P's" going down the toilet can harm the environment, and cause costly repairs for homeowners and wastewater utilities alike! Please only flush the "3 P's."
Become a #FlushFighter!
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