The Newburgh Clean Water Project (NCWP) is a nonpartisan grassroots group of Newburgh residents whose mission is to protect the City’s access to clean drinking water and engage the local and regional community in watershed protection and restoration for the wellbeing of current and future generations. We welcome all who've been affected by the PFAS contamination of Lake Washington and we collaborate with a national network of frontline communities and institutions.
Together, let's hold our government and PFAS manufacturers accountable, share resources, and devise equitable solutions for our watersheds—ones that keep our communities safe, climate-resilient, healthy and growing.
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Newburgh Clean Water Project is informed by the work of these organizations and is honored to collaborate towards a common goal of clean drinking water, watershed restoration, and the health and economic wellbeing of our communities.