Clean Water Action 2023 Legislative Priorities in Connecticut
The Connecticut 2023 legislative session is in full swing and Clean Water Action is working hard on critical legislative proposals. Our priorities include PFAS, climate change, and environmental justice.Read More
ReThink Disposable Goes National!
Clean Water Fund’s ReThink Disposable program has been awarded a NOAA Marine Debris Pollution Prevention Grant to launch ReThink Disposable in 6 of our Clean Water Action offices along the East Coast and the Great Lakes.Read More
Connecticut Celebrates Clean Water Action's 50th Anniversary
On July 20th, members of the Clean Water Action community joined together to celebrate the organization’s 50th anniversary. This event, held virtually, had an array of guest speakers reflecting on Clean Water Action’s past victories, memories, and what is to come for the organization’s futureRead More
Clean Water 50 Stories: Roger Smith
To celebrate Clean Water Action's 50th anniversary, we’re sharing our history and journey with the people who have joined us along the way as we worked to protect clean water through #CleanWater50 stories.
Roger Smith joined Clean Water Action's Connecticut team in 2003, shortly after our big win of
Connecticut's Home Energy Action Campaign Update
On Tuesday, June 14, Clean Water Action attended an event at Waterbury City Hall to promote the Waterbury Home Energy Campaign. We were accompanied by Kevin Taylor, Executive Director of Neighborhood Housing Services of Waterbury. Stationed at a table in front of City Hall, we shared informationRead More
Waterbury Home Energy Action Campaign Launches!
Our Home Energy Action Campaign is official! We’re excited to work with partners and local leaders in Waterbury to help residents learn about and participate in the Home Energy Solutions program administered by Eversource.
This program provides a very low or no cost evaluation of areas in the home
Big wins for climate this session!
The Connecticut legislative session ended on May 4th and we’re celebrating some big wins on climate! Senate Bill 4 addresses transportation emissions—a significant source of greenhouse gases and toxic air pollutants. The law requires that vehicles purchased or leased for the state be electric asRead More
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