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Celebrate Infrastructure Week!

AGC Maine will use next week to focus on infrastructure investment using various forms of media. You can help by sharing photos and videos of your job sites, people at work, and quote about the importance of infrastructure to your business and Maine jobs. Below is a schedule of our focus areas for each day. Let’s keep our foot on the gas pedal and encourage infrastructure investment while celebrating the work accomplished.   Click the image for more information 



NO COST RESILIENCE PLANNING AND ADAPTATION TRAINING FOR DRINKING WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES The Maine Water Utility Association (MWUA), Maine Water Environment Association (MeWEA), Joint Environmental Training Coordinating Committee (JETCC) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are hosting two free hands-on training sessions for drinking water and wastewater utilities on the Creating Resilient Water Utilities (CRWU) initiative and CREAT. The CRWU initiative provides drinking water, wastewater and stormwater utilities with the practical tools, training and technical assistance needed to increase resilience to extreme weather events. Through a comprehensive planning process, CRWU assists in identifying potential long-term adaptation options for decision-making related to water…


Northern Maine Community College Introduces Water Treatment Technology Program

The Water Treatment Technology Program will provide students a fundamental understanding of the scientific principles used to treat drinking water as well as sanitize wastewater before it is discharged back into the environment. Students will learn industry theory and gain “hands-on” experience using laboratory exercises to better understand the information across the spectrum — from the basics to an in-depth study of Water and Wastewater Treatment. Graduates of the WTT Program will find employment opportunities within a number of water-based industries.  The State of Maine has an immediate and growing need for qualified water and wastewater treatment plant operators.  Other industries that…


MEWEA’s 2018 Legislative Breakfast – March 1, 2018

Please join us for an informal breakfast meeting on March 1st. We look forward to networking with legislators and providing them with critical information on the clean water professions in Maine. We endeavor to work together in providing Maine’s citizens with safe and clean water in order to protect public health and the environment. None of this is possible without sustainable infrastructure, sound management, skilled operators, and financially viable programs. As water quality professionals, your participation is essential to ensuring clean water in Maine and we look forward to the opportunity to share our experiences, listen to questions and concerns,…


Obituary for Al Jellison

Our dear friend “Uncle Al” Jellison passed away this week. Below is the obituary that was published this morning in the Bangor Daily News. Alfred’s Story DEDHAM – Alfred Lawrence Jellison died peacefully in his home on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, surrounded by his wife, two sons, and a dear friend. He is survived by his loving wife of 45 years, Kathy, and his two sons, Dana Alfred Jellison and Matthew Alfred Jellison, his Daughter-in law, Karen Jellison, and four dear grandchildren, Patia, Lucien, Rowan and Ella, in addition to his siblings, Nancy Hesseltine, Eunice and Alden Ladd, and David…

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