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Investigation into Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) Found in Southern New Hampshire Drinking Water

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November 18, 2016
  Significant New Hampshire Mapping Project Completed New Enhanced Data Layers Now Available
October 27, 2016
  Southern N.H. Drinking Water Investigation Update
Well Water Results from the Kingston, NH Fire Station Contain Elevated Concentrations of PFOA
October 21, 2016
  Drought Conditions are Worsening: NHDES Urges the Public to Look for Ways to Conserve Water, to Report Water Shortages and Economic Impacts
October 19, 2016
  State Officials Celebrate National Bioenergy Day with Opening of New Wood Biomass Heating Plant
Project will heat NH’s environmental protection and public health agencies building
October 18, 2016
  City of Dover Breaks Ground on Drinking Water Infrastructure Improvement Project
NHDES State Revolving Fund and MtBE Funding Utilized

 

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  Volkswagen Settlement
  Current Drought Conditions
  NEW! Drought Economic Impact Survey for Households on Private Wells
  NEW! Drought Economic Impact Survey for Industrial, Commercial, Institutional, Public Water System and Agricultural Water Users
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  Test It - A short video on how to test your well
  Healthy Water - A short video on the health concerns for common contaminants in New Hampshire’s groundwater
  NHDES Be Well Informed Private Well App - An interactive web application for private well owners to interpret water quality test results and identify appropriate water treatment options
  New Hampshire's Environmental Dashboard

 

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  Final NHDES Ambient Air Monitoring Program 2016/2017 Annual Network Review and Plan
  DRAFT 401 Water Quality Certification for the Eastman Falls Hydropower Project available for public comment
  Final Bacteria TMDL Report for Camp Hadar Beach on Captain Pond in Salem, NH (and updated bacteria results for Camp Otter Beach) Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Fuel Standards for Processed Construction and Demolition (C&D) Wood
  Approved 401 Water Quality Certification for the Operation of the NextEra Energy Seabrook Station Nuclear Power Plant available
  Approved 401 Water Quality Certification for the Dredging of Sagamore Creek
  Public Notice for Stakeholders Meeting on NH’s Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative and EPA’s Clean Power Plan Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Register now for the May 11 Drinking Water Source Protection Conference
  DRAFT 401 Water Quality Certification for the Granite Meadows Development in Raymond available for public comment
  Approved 401 Water Quality Certification for the Monadnock Hydroelectric Project
  Approved 401 Water Quality Certification for the redevelopment and operation of the Brooklyn Hydropower Project
  EPA Sets 2015 National Standard for Ozone at 70 ppb Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Department Climate Initiative: 2014 Periodic Review Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Approved 401 Water Quality Certification for the Pike Industries Hooksett Quarry Expansion
  Water Quality Certification Approved for the Balsams Grand Resort Wilderness Ski Area snowmaking withdrawal and redevelopment
  Final Temporary Permit for Public Service of New Hampshire – Schiller Station, Portsmouth, NH
  Water Quality Certification Approved for the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge Replacement Project
  Wetlands Bureau Rulemaking and Process Improvement Effort
  EPA’s Clean Power Plan
  A Climate Action Plan For the State of New Hampshire
  Great Bay Estuary

 

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