Although Massachusetts is considered “water rich” in comparison to other regions of the country, the state’s water is not always located where it is most needed. In many areas, the natural water cycle has been disrupted by the demands for clean water for consumptive use and the need to dispose of wastewater in an environmentally responsible manner.

Wayland Hazard Mitigation Plan, MAPC/MEMA/FEMA:  pages 37, 38, 53, 67, 68 re water supply

 Private Wells

 Water Conservation & Irrigation

Massachusetts Water Policy (2004)

Framingham Birch Road Wells

MEPA Expanded Environmental Notification Form (EENF)

MEPA Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR)

MEPA Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR)