NEHA supports the investment of greater resources into research on onsite wastewater systems construction, operation, and maintenance regulations. Furthermore, NEHA supports the implementation of state or local policy standards on onsite wastewater systems construction, operation, and maintenance.
The demands on environmental health regulatory agencies to do more with less have persisted for many years and the scope and detail of work continues to grow. Concurrently, a desire for uniformity has developed across both the regulatory and industry landscapes. The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) was created back in the 1940s to assist in tackling these issues and to provide support to environmental health agencies whenever possible.
NEHA recommends the integration and adoption of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Model Aquatic Health Code by state, local, tribal, and territorial government agencies to ensure public health and safety in aquatic facilities.
Celebrating the Anniversary of the Private Water Network
Eligible for NEHA CEUs!
Have you ever wondered what happens after you flush the toilet? Once you pull that lever, anything inside your porcelain bowl goes on a wild ride through miles upon miles of pipes and tunnels until it reaches its final destination — one which isn't where you think.
Join New York Adventure Club for a deep dive into the intricate systems of pipes and water tunnels that create our sewer systems, which us humans so often clog up in our daily lives.