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Students in New Haven are getting a chance to apply what they learn in the classroom to the workforce. They’re getting a first-hand look at potential job opportunities at the Regional Water Authority.
Students from Regional Career High School had the opportunity to see first hand the work their water company does — jobs that range from management, to environmental work and even tech — all in hopes that students get to apply what they learn and see if this is a possibility for them in the future.
As winter weather continues to bring declining temperatures, the Regional Water Authority (RWA) warns Connecticut residents to never walk, skate or sled on ice-covered reservoirs, and to always observe warning signs posted on watershed land. Frozen bodies of water can be very treacherous, and reservoirs in particular present additional dangers due to being far deeper than most lakes or ponds.
Meteorologists have forecast that temperatures throughout Connecticut will drop below freezing for the next several days. The Regional Water Authority (RWA) is advising residents and businesses in Greater New Haven to protect their plumbing from the upcoming chill. Frigid air and sub-freezing temperatures can cause water pipes in vulnerable areas of buildings to freeze and burst, resulting in costly damage and expensive repairs.
The Regional Water Authority (RWA) has named Premjith (Prem) Singh as its first Vice President-Chief Information and Digital Officer. In this new role, Singh will lead the environmental services company’s technology and digital roadmap, and oversee the development of solutions to improve the customer experience. He will also lead operational technology areas such as Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), cybersecurity, and process improvement and strategic planning functions. Singh will report to Larry Bingaman, President and Chief Executive Officer. His appointment is effective November 12, 2019.
When a New Haven man was tracked down and arrested by police officers of the South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority for allegedly cutting down a historic tree in Hamden last month, members of the general public were reminded, or learned for the first time, that the RWA has such a police squad.
Can you imagine a day without water? For many people in our country and across the globe, this imagined scenario is a reality due to aging infrastructure and the environmental consequences of human action.
Water is essential to life, and when consumers of Greater New Haven have a question about their water service, the Regional Water Authority’s (RWA) customer-facing employees provide fast, knowledgeable and courteous assistance. From October 7 to 11, the RWA will join organizations across the country in celebrating Customer Service Week and thanking its Customer Service and Field Service Teams, which help tens of thousands of people a year with questions about their water or repairs to their service.
Grounded in the belief that the people of Greater New Haven needed access to a safe and reliable water supply for our community to grow, the Connecticut General Assembly passed a resolution in 1849 approving the incorporation of the New Haven Water Company, the predecessor to the Regional Water Authority (RWA), beginning the history of New Haven’s public water utility. As we celebrate our 170th Anniversary, the RWA is proud to carry on the tradition of excellence that founded our company and recommit ourselves to another 170 years making life better for people by delivering water for life.
The Regional Water Authority’s (RWA) Police Department has arrested the person responsible for cutting down Hamden’s iconic “Door Tree” on RWA property.
On Thursday, July 18, 2019, the RWA learned that Hamden’s iconic landmark “Door Tree” was cut down. Careful examination by the RWA’s forester and environmental management team determined that this tree is a white oak, estimated to be over 200 years in age. The Door Tree was in exceptionally good health for a tree of its age and would have likely lived for many more years were it not the target of vandalism. Using evidence gathered at the scene and information on the circumstances of the tree provided by the RWA’s forester and environmental management team, the RWA Police were able to identify the person responsible within 48 hours of launching their investigation.
South Central Connecticut’s tap water will soon be “greener” than ever before. To provide high-quality water to its 430,000 customers in South Central Connecticut, the Regional Water Authority (RWA) preserves and protects more than 27,000 acres of watershed land. Today, the company announced that it has signed a contract that will allow it to be completely powered by green, renewable energy starting December 2019, without increasing energy costs over what the RWA pays today.