Helpful Links

Unites States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) – Water Division

disconnectionnoticeThe United States Environmental Protection Agency – Water Division is responsible for setting the standards for drinking water quality. The United States Environmental Protection Agency oversees the states, localities and water suppliers, like HAWC, who implement those standards.


NH Department of Environmental Services – Water Division

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The NH Department of Environmental Services – Water Division is responsible for ensuring NH public water utility companies, such as HAWC, comply with the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Federal Safe Drinking Water Act, which are the federal laws that ensure the quality of Americans’ drinking water.


New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (NHPUC)

NHPUClogoThe New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission is responsible for the regulation of rates, quality of service, finance, accounting and safety for New Hampshire’s public water utility companies, such as HAWC. View HAWC’s Tariff for the NHPUC approved rules and regulations.


Water Associations:
American Water Works Association (AWWA)
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HAWC is a proud member of the AWWA, which is the world’s largest non-profit scientific and educational association dedicated to managing & treating water.

 

New England Water Works Association (NEWWA)

HAWC is also a proud member of the NEWWA, which New England’s leading  authority on education, training opportunities & public outreach to protect and  improve drinking water and water utility operations.