Putting Water First in Massachusetts

Water is a human right. Clean Water Action is committed to making sure that all communities have access to clean and safe drinking water. Learn more below.

Corroded lead pipes

Lead Service Lines in Malden, MA Focus Group

Clean Water Fund is hosting two online focus groups to get more information about what residents think about lead service lines in Malden MA and what they think should be done. Please fill out our survey below to participate!

Mt. Holyoke College Restoration Ecology Program receives $50,000 from Clean Water Act settlement

Putting Water First in Massachusetts

Across Massachusetts, stormwater runoff and discharges from stormwater drain pipes ar

Ban the Flow of Toxic PFAS

Massachusetts legislators: Take action now to turn off the PFAS tap!

Polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are chemicals that are toxic at very low levels, causing testicular and kidney cancer, high cholesterol, colitis,

Massachusetts Energy and Environment Performance Review & Recommendations for Governor Baker’s Second Term

The transition from Governor Baker’s first term to his second term saw a change of leadership at the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental A

From We All Live Downstream

May 1, 2020

On March 27th United States Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt ordered that the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe disestablish its tribe’s reservation.

Elijah Romulus
March 29, 2019

Interview by Tova Crystal, Massachusetts Communications Intern

Elijah Romulus is the newest member of the Clean Water Action Advisory Board and is an avid advocate for renewable energy and social justice. Elijah has a Master’s degree in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts University’s UEP program and currently works as the Assistant Town Planner in Bridgewater, MA. Elijah is a “proud Haitian American and proudly from the City of Brockton”-- here’s what else he had to say.

Q: What drove you to work with Clean Water Action?

Massachusetts State House - William Zhang
February 8, 2019

We are gearing up for a new legislative session and that means a brand new slate of bills that our elected officials will be considering for the next two years.  As always, Clean Water Action is committed to being a loud and present voice on Beacon Hill and all over the state fighting for environmental justice, public health, and climate change action.