BWSC is proud to collaborate with organizations across the city and around the globe who are dedicated to preserving and enhancing the global water environment.
American Water Works Association
An international nonprofit scientific and educational society dedicated to the improvement of drinking water quality and supply.
Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies
Draws on the expertise of the nation's largest water suppliers to provide national direction on drinking water policy.
The City of Boston
The City of Boston official website, providing information for residents, business, and visitors.
Massachusetts Water Resource Authority
An independent authority that provides wholesale water and sewer services to Metropolitan Boston communities.
Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR)
A state agency that maintains the state's forests, beaches, mountains, ponds, riverbanks, trails and parks, and manages and protects the drinking water supply watersheds for Greater Boston.
New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA)
An organization that is concerned with the advancement of fundamental knowledge and technology of design, construction, operation and management of waste treatment works and other water pollution control activities.
Neponset River Watershed Association
A private nonprofit conservation group working to protect and restore the natural resources of the Neponset River.
Boston Harbor Association
A non-profit group organizing and advocating for a clean, alive and accessible Boston Harbor.
New England Water Works Association
This site includes information about government agencies, professional associations and treatment plants.
Charles River Watershed Association
A nonprofit organization protecting the Charles River and its watershed.
Water Environment Federation
A not-for-profit technical and educational organization. Its goal is to preserve and enhance the global water environment.
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
A state agency responsible for protecting human health and the environment.