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2019 Source Water Protection Grant Program Application Review Subcommittee Meeting – November 5

The Source Water Protection Grant Program Funding Application Review Subcommittee will be meeting at 9 am, Tuesday, November 5 at the Department of Environmental Services Room 208C.  The Subcommittee will be discussing the site walks conducted by NHDES, the funding applications, and developing a list of recommended projects to fund for presentation to the full Read More

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Updated: Advisory Commission Review of Funding Applications Starts October 15, 2019

Update:  The Subcommittee meeting schedules have been posted under Upcoming Events on the homepage.  Please refer to the list of projects assigned to the each Subcommittee if there is a particular project you are interested in following. Thank you. Erin Holmes ********************************** The Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund (DWGTF) Advisory Commission will be starting the Read More

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Online Applications Available for the 2019 Annual Drinking Water Construction Projects Assistance Program

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) is now accepting funding applications for the 2019 Annual Drinking Water Construction Project Assistance Program through the Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund (DWGTF) for drinking water infrastructure projects. For eligibility requirements, guidance in completing this application, and additional information regarding the criteria the Commission may use Read More

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Notice of Proposed Rules – Administrative Procedures for Grant and Loans from the Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund

This is an announcement of the filing of the proposed rules Env-Dw-1300, Administrative Procedures for Grants and Loans from the Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund (DWGTF). The proposed rules implement RSA 485-F relative to the DWGTF. Specifically, RSA 485-F:3, II directs the Department to adopt rules to administer a competitive grant program for drinking Read More

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DWGTF Advisory Commission Approves Adoption of 2019 Award Plan and Funding Applications

At their April 16, 2019 DWGTF Advisory Commission meeting, the Advisory Commission voted unanimously to adopt the 2019 Award Plan, the funding applications for Annual Drinking Water Construction Projects Assistance Program and the funding and eligibility applications for the Source Water Protection Grant Program. The 2019 Award Plan has been prepared to inform stakeholders on Read More

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DWGTF Advisory Commission Approves Construction and Source Water Protection Project Rule Sets

The Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund (DWGTF) Advisory Commission approved revisions to the rule sets for Construction Projects and Source Water Protection Projects at the Commission meeting on Monday, March 11, 2019.  The new rules provide additional clarity on the project types the DWGTF Advisory Commission is looking to support and outlines the funding Read More

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Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund Commission Awards $2.4M to 15 Water Supply Land Protection Projects

 As released from the Office of Senator Morse, the Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund Chairman, on October 9, 2018, the Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund Advisory Commission awarded $2.4 million for 15 water supply land protection projects.  2018 Water Supply Land Protection Projects 2018 Water Supply Land Protection DWGTF Approved Project Map New Read More

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Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund Advisory Commission awards $24 million to 19 communities for water quality projects

As released from the Office of Senator Morse, the Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund Chairman, on September 11, 2018, the Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund Advisory Commission awarded $24 million to 19 communities for water quality projects.   We have updated the list of approved projects and the Current Project Map (2017-2018). New Hampshire Read More