UCCC Receives Investment Funding from Ben Franklin Technology Partners

Backflow prevention experts Universal Cross-Connection Control (UCCC) proudly announce that Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania (BFTP/NEP) have invested $50,000 in 1:1 matching funding in support of company development.
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UCCC Receives Investment Funding from Ben Franklin Technology Partners

Backflow prevention experts Universal Cross-Connection Control (UCCC) proudly announce that Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania (BFTP/NEP) have invested $50,000 in 1:1 matching funding in support of company development.
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Pa.’s new tool for entrepreneurs showcased at Bethlehem site

Holland, Jake
Lehigh Valley Live, June 20, 2018

Members of Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration on Tuesday hosted a demonstration of its One-Stop Shop, a tool designed to help entrepreneurs across the state streamline the creation and maintenance of their businesses.
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Town of Taos declares water emergency, implements restrictions.

Camacho, Marian
KOB 4, April 20, 2018

The town of Taos has declared a water emergency after a critical pump at the town’s primary wells suffered a severe mechanical failure.

In response, the town has declared a Stage 5 Water Emergency and put into place several water restrictions. Officials say the town’s ability to get through this crises is dependent on the help of residents in abiding by these restrictions.
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Ben Franklin announces $500k in regional tech funding.

Wescoe, Stacy
Lehigh Valley Business, April 4, 2018

Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania in Bethlehem has approved $552,215 in loans and grants in technology companies in its 21-county region.
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At some Philly homes, toilets get flushed into the city’s drinking water source.

Kummer, Frank
The Inquirer, March 21, 2018

Two weeks ago, Joe Ferretti, a Philadelphia Water Department supervisor, pried open a manhole cover next to a scenic Schuylkill River bank, flicked on a flashlight, and peered down.

Ferretti saw evidence that sewage was flowing freely into the river at a stone outfall known as S050204.
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