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New Haven, CT, July 15, 2022 – Persistent dry weather and the State of Connecticut’s Stage Two Drought Declaration have prompted the Regional Water Authority (RWA) to ask its customers to voluntarily reduce their water use by 10 percent. Stage Two of the state’s drought plan is identified as an emergent drought event, potentially impacting water supplies, agriculture, or natural ecosystems.
New Haven, CT – The Regional Water Authority (RWA) has canceled the precautionary boil water advisory for the following streets in Hamden: High Rock Rd, Hill St, Laura Rd, W Shepard Ave, Paradise Ave, Heathridge Rd, Norman Rd, Sterling Pl, Laurel View Ter, Dunbar Hill Rd, and Chauncy Rd.
In honor of Earth Day, the Regional Water Authority (RWA) launched its annual rain barrel sale on April 22, 2022. The barrels are offered at the manufacturer’s cost, a nearly 50 percent discount from the full retail price, to help customers use water wisely.
The Regional Water Authority (RWA) announced today that the company’s Claire C. Bennitt Watershed Fund has awarded grants in support of environmental and educational initiatives to the New Haven Ecology Project and New Haven Urban Resources Initiative.
The RWA has issued its annual water quality report to customers in the Greater New Haven region. The Consumers’ Annual Report on Water Quality provides information about the RWA’s sources of drinking water, shows water quality test results for 2020 and contains other important information about tap water and health. Customers will receive a printed copy of the report in the mail, and it is also available on the RWA’s website, rwater.com. To ensure that more customers are able to access the important information within this report, the RWA has produced a version fully translated into Spanish. The English and Spanish versions of the report can be accessed by clicking here.
Following a very hot and dry summer last year, the Regional Water Authority (RWA) is offering rain barrels at a nearly 50 percent discount to help customers use water wisely. The online sale begins today, as a way to honor Earth Day.
On April 21, the Regional Water Authority (RWA) will launch an interactive, free webinar series promoting efficient water use and lawn maintenance. Throughout this four-week series, participants will have the opportunity to hear from experts and have their questions answered about how to keep lawns and gardens healthy during the summer months without wasting water or money.