October 16, 2017

SAVE THE DATE - Our 56th Annual Fall Conference

Upstream, Downstream and the Turning Tide - Applying Science to Policy in the Delaware River Basin
Skytop Lodge
Skytop, PA

January 5, 2017

Revised DRBC Fee Structure Approved By Commissioners

The new approved fee structure will align with the One Process/One Permit Program

September 6, 2016

SAVE THE DATE - Our 55th Annual Fall Conference

Friday, November 11, 2016
'"Down the Delaware"
Exploring the Past, Present and Future of the New Jersey Bayshore

June 8, 2015

Basin's One Process/One Permit Program

By Kathy Klein

February 24, 2015

A History of Water Use Charges

From Winter 2015 Newsletter

October 15, 2014

Fall '14 Newsletter

New DRBC Executive Director issues statement

August 1, 2014

WRA President Announces Retirement

WRA's Executive Committee seeks a successor

May 21, 2014

Spring '14 Newsletter

2014 Buzzi Scholarship Recipient Announced

April 1, 2014

Winter '14 Newsletter

To say the maritime shipping industry is competitive would be a gross understatement.

November 1, 2013

Fall '13 Newsletter

Monitoring stations similar to this one at Reedy Island in the Delaware Estuary have been installed in the upper Delaware River.
Photo courtesy of USGS

June 1, 2013

Spring/Summer '13 Newsletter

2013 Buzzi Scholarship Recipient Announced

March 1, 2013

Winter '13 Newsletter

Integrated Water Resources Science and Services Stakeholder Report Issued

September 1, 2012

Fall '12 Newsletter

More than 15 million people rely on the Delaware River every day for clean drinking water. What they may not realize is that the availability of affordable, exceptionally clean water is a direct result of the abundance of forests upstream in the Delaware River Basin. Today’s good water quality helps keep source water treatment costs down for drinking water providers and industrial users alike.

June 1, 2012

Spring '12 Newsletter

WRA is pleased to announce that Brittney Jackson, a senior at Emmaus High School in Emmaus PA, was selected this year to receive the Dr. John L. Buzzi Memorial Scholarship. Brittney received a $1000 award to be put towards their college education.

May 1, 2012

April '12 Update

The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) recently released the results of a comprehensive study that examines trends in water use among various user sectors. The study, led by David Sayers, Supervisor of Information Technology and Water Use Section at DRBC, has been several years in the making and was presented at WRA’s Fall Conference on November 2, 2011. Trends in water consumption and use were developed for over a 30-year period for major individual users and were grouped and totaled according to sector. Water use among public water suppliers was of particular interest given that DRBC is implementing a water accountability rule in 2012.

December 1, 2011

Winter '11 Newsletter

As global companies mature in their appreciation of the business case for sustainability, more attention is being paid to water management and water-related business risks.  By understanding their water footprint, companies can move from simply quantifying their water use to developing programs to utilize water resources more responsibly and sustainably. 

May 1, 2011

Spring '11 Newsletter

For many years now, the Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin has been concerned with how the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) funds its activities. More recently, that concern has been related to how development and implementation of the new gas drilling regulations may affect DRBC’s other core activities related to the Basin’s water supply and flow management activities.

December 1, 2010

Winter '10 Newsletter

Long-awaited gas drilling regulations were issued by the Delaware River Basin Commission on December 9. Comments on the proposed regulations will be closed on March 15, 2011.

September 1, 2010

Fall '10 Newsletter

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission held a public meeting May 6 in Carneys Point, NJ to discuss plans by PSEG Nuclear to file an early site permit application, one of the first steps the utility would need to take to build a fourth reactor at its Artificial Island nuclear generating complex in Salem County. PSEG Nuclear currently operates the Salem 1, Salem 2 and Hope Creek reactors at its Artificial Island site in Lower Alloways Creek Township. The site is the second largest commercial nuclear generating complex in the U.S. If a fourth reactor were added, it would become the nation’s largest.

May 1, 2010

Spring '10 Newsletter

Aqua Pennsylvania, Inc. (Aqua) is among a select group of companies chosen by the Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) that received the Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence at a ceremony held on April 20 at the Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey Hotel. Aqua was selected to receive the prestigious award for its recent construction of a 1.1 megawatt photovoltaic solar farm at its Ingram's Mill Water Treatment Plant in East Bradford Township, which serves drinking water to the West Chester, Pennsylvania area.

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