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  • Nine Years of Chemical Contamination Continues in LIberty Creek- downtown Franklin

    Send in your comments to the state by Monday January 11.  Click here.   State needs to require ELMCO company to clean-up the hazardous chemicals in groundwater going under people's homes and going into Liberty Creek behind BGA school.

  • Nashville's State Scenic River Declared Endangered in 2015

    One year later, major success:  New restrictions on Franklin's state water withdrawal permit set in July 2015, and major settlement agreement reached on May 10, 2016, to resolve HRWA Clean Water Act lawsuit regarding Franklin's operations of its sewage treatment plant.  Click here for how you can help!

  • The "Protecting Clean Rivers and Water" License Plates are Here!

    Get yours today!

  • In August, Federal Judge Sharp approved a court enforceable settlement of HRWA federal Clean Water Act lawsuit against City of Franklin which will result in improving water quality.  The settlement includes important steps by Franklin to limit pollutants from the city's sewer plant both now and and after its expansion.  A new pollution reduction plan for the entire Harpeth river is underway as well.  





Federal Judge Approves Court Enforceable Settlement of HRWA Clean Water Act Lawsuit over Largest Sewage Treatment Plant on Harpeth

On August 9, 2016 Federal Judge approved court enforceable settlement between HRWA and City of Franklin that will involve steps by Franklin to limit pollutants from current sewage treatment plant and its expansion.  HRWA was represented by partner, Southern Environmental Law Center.


Volunteer Opportunities

Take a look at the wide variety of volunteer opportunities we have, from stream clean-ups to tree plantings to water quality monitoring!

River Swing 2016: Sat, Oct. 22

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3210 Del Rio Pike, Fairpath Farm.  Williamson County.

View 2015 Photos Here


About our Watershed

Keep up to date on the latest news about what HRWA and our partners are doing to protect your natural resources.