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New Hampshire’s Clean Vessel Act Program
Clean Vessel Act Program logo The NH Clean Vessel Act Program works to secure a healthy aquatic environment by preventing improper sewage disposal by recreational boats. Many recreational activities are sustained by our water resources and improper sewage disposal could threaten this use. The Federal Clean Vessel Act (CVA) provides funds to states for the construction, renovation, operation and maintenance of pumpout and dump stations which remove waste from recreational boat holding tanks and portable toilets. These federal funds can be used to account for up to 75% of all approved projects with the remaining 25% provided by state and local government, private businesses or associations. The CVA program concentrates on educational outreach to marina owners, boat dealers and their consumers. more...

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  • Clean Vessel Act Program
    NH Department of Environmental Services
    29 Hazen Drive
    PO Box 95
    Concord, NH 03302-0095
    (603) 271-8803
    cva@des.nh.gov

 

 

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