Reminder: Understanding the MEPA Process

Please join us on March 17th 3:45-5:15 when retired EPA Program Analyst, Kathy Castagna, talks about the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) review process, recently initiated by the town proposing a 300% increase in groundwater discharge at the Read more

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“Build it and they will come”

Wastewater Expansion

Please reference this link to the town’s website soliciting a Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan Request for Proposals (RFP). Drawing your attention to the Executive Summary on page 52 of the RFP:

The analyses indicated Read more

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Wastewater Update

Last @the Barn Meeting

Big thanks to everyone who participated in last week’s meeting. Lots of good information shared about the town’s desire to increase ground wastewater discharge 300% in Camelot Part. For those who missed the meeting, Read more

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Sundays @the Barn – Plan B

Wastewater treatment update

The Master Planning presentation has to be postponed due to a conflict. In its place, we will have an open discussion to update folks on the status of the town’s request to increase wastewater discharge in Read more

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The Secretary’s [Wastewater] Reply

Late last year the town submitted a permit request with the state to increase the ground water discharge in Camelot Park by 300% and that it need only a single Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to justify it’s action. The Read more

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Understanding the MEPA Process

Please join us on March 17th 3:45-5:15 when retired EPA Program Analyst, Kathy Castagna, talks about the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) review process, recently initiated by the town proposing a 300% increase in groundwater discharge at the Read more

Read More

Please Sign Our Petition

More Public Involvement Needed!

The Town of Plymouth has submitted a permit request with the state to ​discharge an additional 1.75 million gallons per day of wastewater in Camelot Park. This represents a 300% increase in the Read more

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Don’t forget to vote

YES or NO, let your voice be heard.

Last October, Town Meeting passed a bylaw that prohibits “nip” sales in Plymouth similar to other towns like Falmouth, Wareham, Mashpee, Brewster, Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, Nantucket, Fairhaven, and New Bedford. 

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Myth: Waste simply biodegrades in the landfill.

Reality: Nothing biodegrades in a landfill because nothing is supposed to.Food waste and yard trimmings make up more than a quarter (28.2 percent) of the U.S.’ garbage and are organic and easily compostable.  Black Earth Compost is currently offering curb... Read more
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Wastewater discussion 12/12/23 Select Board

For those who missed the wastewater expansion presentation and discussion at this week’s Select Board meeting, you can watch the on-demand replay here.

Note Mr. Quintal’s question at 30:50 into the presentation, “[have you] reached out to the Read more

Read More

Reminder: Understanding the MEPA Process

Please join us on March 17th 3:45-5:15 when retired EPA Program Analyst, Kathy Castagna, talks about the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) review process, recently initiated by the town proposing a 300% increase in groundwater discharge at the Read more

“Build it and they will come”

Wastewater Expansion

Please reference this link to the town’s website soliciting a Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan Request for Proposals (RFP). Drawing your attention to the Executive Summary on page 52 of the RFP:

The analyses indicated Read more

Wastewater Update

Last @the Barn Meeting

Big thanks to everyone who participated in last week’s meeting. Lots of good information shared about the town’s desire to increase ground wastewater discharge 300% in Camelot Part. For those who missed the meeting, Read more

Sundays @the Barn – Plan B

Wastewater treatment update

The Master Planning presentation has to be postponed due to a conflict. In its place, we will have an open discussion to update folks on the status of the town’s request to increase wastewater discharge in Read more

The Secretary’s [Wastewater] Reply

Late last year the town submitted a permit request with the state to increase the ground water discharge in Camelot Park by 300% and that it need only a single Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to justify it’s action. The Read more

Understanding the MEPA Process

Please join us on March 17th 3:45-5:15 when retired EPA Program Analyst, Kathy Castagna, talks about the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) review process, recently initiated by the town proposing a 300% increase in groundwater discharge at the Read more

Please Sign Our Petition

More Public Involvement Needed!

The Town of Plymouth has submitted a permit request with the state to ​discharge an additional 1.75 million gallons per day of wastewater in Camelot Park. This represents a 300% increase in the Read more

Don’t forget to vote

YES or NO, let your voice be heard.

Last October, Town Meeting passed a bylaw that prohibits “nip” sales in Plymouth similar to other towns like Falmouth, Wareham, Mashpee, Brewster, Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, Nantucket, Fairhaven, and New Bedford. 

Read more

Myth: Waste simply biodegrades in the landfill.

Reality: Nothing biodegrades in a landfill because nothing is supposed to.Food waste and yard trimmings make up more than a quarter (28.2 percent) of the U.S.’ garbage and are organic and easily compostable.  Black Earth Compost is currently offering curb... Read more

Wastewater discussion 12/12/23 Select Board

For those who missed the wastewater expansion presentation and discussion at this week’s Select Board meeting, you can watch the on-demand replay here.

Note Mr. Quintal’s question at 30:50 into the presentation, “[have you] reached out to the Read more