Bristol County Water Authority crews were working to repair a water main break along Hopeworth Avenue in Bristol on Friday, January 5 2018. By Scott Pickering The frigid temperatures that have made life difficult above the ground are making it
HOLLISTON, Mass. — Bristol County Water Authority (BCWA) received the 2017 Utility of the Year Award from the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA), the region’s largest and oldest not-for-profit organization of water works professionals. This award recognizes utilities that
BCWA recently awarded Marcus Rodrigues, a senior at Mount Hope High School, a $200 cash award for his science fair project titled “Nature’s Light: The Effects of Contaminated Water on V.fischeri as a Biosensor”. Marcus investigated the use of bioluminescent
Dave DaSilva, BCWA Operations Foreman, and Nick Deveau, BCWA Water Utility Operator, receiving first annual Hydrant Hysteria trophy from Dimitri Vidalis, Chair of the Innovations Committee of the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA). Dave and Nick competed against teams
A new poll commissioned by the Value of Water Campaign found that more than any other issue, Americans want Congress and the Trump Administration to prioritize infrastructure. A resounding 67 percent said rebuilding America’s infrastructure should be an extremely or
BCWA System Improvement Projects 2017: Upgrade our main pump station in Barrington to replace aging equipment, increase efficiency, and significantly reduce operation costs, operator overtime, and utility expense. Work includes new control valves and monitoring equipment and the installation of
BCWA Board of Directors voted on 2/2 to increase rates 3.25% to support infrastructure projects. See below for the power point presentation for the Public Hearing for the proposed rate increase and a video of the hearing.