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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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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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

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Comments re: proposed 300% increase of wastewater discharge

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Please find comments (below) from the Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe, Inc., the Eel River Watershed Association, the Jones River Watershed Association and Community Land & Water Coalition on MEPA EEA # 16758, the Town of Plymouth’s proposal to increase Read more

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Wastewater Comment Deadline: 12/1/23

Please submit your comments by December 1

For those wishing to submit comments regarding the town’s MEPA request to reroute 1.75 Million Gallons per Day (MGD) of waste water currently flowing through the harbor outfall to the waste water Read more

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300% Increase Waste Water Ground Discharge in Camelot Park

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We reached out to Doug Pinard, Town of Plymouth Sewer Manager, (dpinard@plymouth-ma.gov) and Neal Price, Horsley Witten Group, Inc. Senior Hydrogeologist (nprice@horsleywitten.com) regarding the town’s MEPA request to reroute 1.75 MGD of waste water currently flowing through the harbor Read more

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Increased Waste Water Discharge in Camelot Park

The town is seeking to reroute 1.75 MGD of waste water currently flowing through the harbor outfall to the waste water facility located in Camelot Park. This will increase the current ground discharge from 0.75 MGD to 3.0 MGD.

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

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

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

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Discharge.png

Comments re: proposed 300% increase of wastewater discharge

Please find comments (below) from the Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe, Inc., the Eel River Watershed Association, the Jones River Watershed Association and Community Land & Water Coalition on MEPA EEA # 16758, the Town of Plymouth’s proposal to increase Read more

Wastewater Comment Deadline: 12/1/23

Please submit your comments by December 1

For those wishing to submit comments regarding the town’s MEPA request to reroute 1.75 Million Gallons per Day (MGD) of waste water currently flowing through the harbor outfall to the waste water Read more

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Discharge.png

300% Increase Waste Water Ground Discharge in Camelot Park

We reached out to Doug Pinard, Town of Plymouth Sewer Manager, (dpinard@plymouth-ma.gov) and Neal Price, Horsley Witten Group, Inc. Senior Hydrogeologist (nprice@horsleywitten.com) regarding the town’s MEPA request to reroute 1.75 MGD of waste water currently flowing through the harbor Read more

Increased Waste Water Discharge in Camelot Park

The town is seeking to reroute 1.75 MGD of waste water currently flowing through the harbor outfall to the waste water facility located in Camelot Park. This will increase the current ground discharge from 0.75 MGD to 3.0 MGD.

Read more