World Water Day is held annually on March 22nd as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. This day is an opportunity to learn more about water related issues, be inspired to tell others and take action to make a difference. Water is an essential building block of life. It is more than just essential to quench thirst or protect health; water is vital for creating jobs and supporting economic, social, and human development.
"Celebrating World Water Day means that we need to conserve and reduce our water use, as excessive water use will generate more wastewater which must be collected, transported, treated and disposed. The growth and development of our population places additional stress on local water infrastructure and its ability to sustain hard-won water quality gains; so we strive to provide our clients with accurate, strategic outreach and advocacy regarding the water in their communities." Said Nichol Figueiredo, CSS Partner.
Our team is currently working the Plainville Department of Public Works, the Westminster Department of Public Works, and several other Massachusetts communities to provide public outreach services. We are skilled at crafting consumer confidence/water quality reports, water conservation educational outreach materials, MS4 permitting outreach plans and communications, as well as water crisis communications strategies.
Our services include, but are not limited to:
Crafting inserts for water/wastewater bills
Creating fact sheets, brochures, websites, and social media posts
Drafting of public notices
Arranging community workshops and community meetings
Performing tactical social media outreach
Pitching news stories to the media
Drafting press releases
We are excited to announce that we have recently received our Women Business Enterprise (WBE) certification!
Last month, the Baker-Polito Administration filed legislation, An Act to Expand Opportunities for Minority and Women Business Enterprises in Public Construction Projects, and announced a series of administrative changes to promote greater participation of minority and women-owned businesses in public construction, including small businesses. Partnering with a WBENC-Certified Women's Business Enterprise can provide many benefits, such as the fulfillment of supplier diversity requirements set forth by a federal, state or local agency or privately-held company, and potential tax incentives and rebates. Working with a WBE also contributes to the creation of a competitive advantage within minority markets.
We provide our clients with the support to develop strategic communications that help address and prevent environmental issues regarding the quality of water. If you are interested in these types of services and/or learning more about what we do, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-690-0046.