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The National Environmental Services Center
Assistance. Solutions. Knowledge.
Running a small community utility is hard work. Whether you're an operator or a manager, a board member or a local official, the need to understand regulations, responsibilities, and funding opportunities just keeps getting more complicated. How can a small staff keep up with it all?
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With our help, that's how.
The National Environmental Services Center (NESC) exists to assist small and rural communities with their drinking water, wastewater, environmental training, solid waste, infrastructure security, and utility management needs and to help them find solutions to problems they face. Our staff of environmental specialists, engineers, certified operators, technical writers, editors, and trainers understand the latest technologies, regulations, and industry developments. Over the last 30 years, we've helped thousands of communities find solutions to their environmental problems. We've also helped thousands of individuals learn more about environmental issues.
And the best part is: nearly everything we do is free.
NESC's services include:
- . Quarterly publications (On Tap, a magazine about drinking water; Small Flows Quarterly, a magazine about wastewater treatment; and Pipeline, a newsletter about wastewater topics for the general public);
- . A comprehensive Web site;
- . Database with thousands of entries;
- . Demonstration projects at more than 100 sites around the country that show the latest onsite sewage technology at work;
- . Training sessions; and
- . More than 1,000 free and low-cost educational products.
At NESC, we believe that you can't do the job correctly without the right tools and that knowledge is the most important tool of all. We're waiting to put NESC's assistance, solutions, and knowledge to work for you. All you have to do is ask.