SLPWA Press Releases



What’s in Your Watershed – Keuka Outlet

Identifying and Reporting Suspicious Algae Blooms

Be a HABs Hunter

Volunteers Needed – SLPWA to Test Kashong Creek


 SLPWA Urges State Health Department to Act on Sodium in Seneca Lake.

SLPWA Bacterial Contamination above DOH Recommended Contact Levels on All Streams Tested

2015-Annual Friend of Seneca Lake and Bruce Adams Awards

SLPWA Urges Caution – Blue Green Algae Found

SLPWA Experts Find Significant Risks to Seneca Lake from Cavern Integrity and Faults Near Proposed LPG Storage Site.


SLPWA Applauds NYS Department of Health Fracking Decision

Stream Analysis Phosphorus And Bacterial Contamination Above DEC Recommended Levels

Freedom of Information, Fracking, and the NYS Department of Health