Narragansett Bay Commission

Contact Information

Karen Musumeci
(401) 461-8848

One Service Rd., Providence, RI, 02905
(401) 461-8848
(401) 461-6540
[email protected]

The Narragansett Bay Commission was created by the Rhode Island General Assembly in 1980 to reduce pollution and improve the water quality of Narragansett Bay and its tributaries. The NBC, a non-profit public corporation regulated by the RI Public Utilities Commission, provides wastewater collection and treatment services to over 350,000 people in Providence, North Providence, Johnston, Pawtucket, Central Falls, Lincoln, Cumberland, East Providence, and portions of Smithfield and Cranston.
The Narragansett Bay Commission owns and operates Rhode Island’s two largest wastewater treatment facilities - the Field’s Point Wastewater Treatment Facility in Providence and the Bucklin Point Wastewater Treatment Facility in East Providence — and is responsible for 110 miles of interceptors, 7 pump stations, 32 tidegates, and 62 combined sewer overflows.

Title Name Phone Number Email
Director, Operations and Maintenance Paul Nordstrom, PE 401-461-8848 x332 [email protected]
Director, Environmental Science and Compliance Tom Uva 401-461-8848 x470 [email protected]
Director, Construction and Engineering Richard Bernier, PE 401-461-8848 x326 [email protected]
Chief Financial Officer Karen Giebink 401-461-8848 x342 [email protected]
Director, Administration James McCaughey PE, BCEE (401)-461-8848 [email protected]

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