Updates from Vermont Rural Water
Pete Krolczyk is retiring as Chief Operator of the Waterbury wastewater plant, which is being renamed the ‘Peter S. Krolczyk WWTP’ in his honor.
Join us on Friday, July 8 at Smugglers’ Notch Resort for a free lunch and a friendly disc golf tournament.
Meet some of Vermont’s newest water and wastewater operators. This is the next generation of water professionals, who will serve their communities, protect public health, and tackle new challenges like emerging contaminants and climate change.
Tom Coates is retiring after 35 years at the Quechee Wastewater Treatment Facility. “I am going to miss the people I have worked with over the years,” Tom said.
On February 21, the water sector in Vermont lost a long time operator and friend, Tim Mills. Tim worked at the Town of Bethel for 35 years.
Employees of water and wastewater systems can get 10 KN95 masks for free.
The Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) helps eligible Vermont households pay their water and wastewater bills.
The Tony Torchia Award is given to one person each year at our Annual Conference in recognition of special contribution to the water/wastewater field in Vermont. View past recipients here....
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) will provide $63 million to Vermont’s State Revolving Fund (SRF) in 2022.
Max started as a registered apprentice at the Springfield Wastewater Treatment Facility in December 2019. After two years, he will be the first apprentice to complete the program.