The Narragansett Bay Commission, the public authority that oversees sewers and treatment plants around the bay, is spending $59 million on the nitrogen-removal technology under a consent agreement with the state.
What does NBC stand for?
NBC stands for Narragansett Bay Commission (Providence, RI)
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Aquatronics clients have received several special environmental merit awards by the EPA and Sewer Authorities for past projects including the Governor's Award, Attleboro, Massachusetts, the Narragansett Bay Commission Environmental Efficiency Award, Providence, Rhode Island for the year 1992, Pawtucket, Rhode Island for 1993 as well as the same award in 1999 from Lincoln, Rhode Island.
Among those making presentations was Paul Pinault, president of and the Association of Metropolitan Sewerage Agencies (AMSA) and executive director of the Narragansett Bay Commission in Providence, R.
Stone said he has been following the Worcester issue, and said that in talking with the Narragansett Bay Commission, which operates a wastewater treatment plant that used innovative methods to drastically reduce its nitrogen discharge, officials there told him they thought Worcester's estimates of the cost of adhering to the new EPA permit standards were "way inflated.
BULLETIN BOARD: NWKI) a provider of IT communications solutions announced today that it was awarded an order from Providence, Rhode Island - based Narragansett Bay Commission for an Avaya 2400 Series telecommunications solution which can accommodate up to 157 users.
The program's reserves and high credit quality of the borrowers offset, to some extent, concentration risk posed by the two largest borrowers, Narragansett Bay Commission (NBC) and the city of Warwick, which comprise 48% and 16%, respectively, of the pledged CWSRF loan portfolio.
Fortunately, after considerable public debate, operators of Rhode Island's big plants, including those run by the Narragansett Bay Commission, agreed to make the necessary investment.
Ross announced expanded agreements with the Narragansett Bay Commission and Advanced Marketing, Inc.