NACWA Elects New Officers, Board Members

NACWA’s Board of Directors elected 2017-2018 Officers on July 25, to lead the Association as it serves its members. Catherine R. Gerali, District Manager of Denver’s Metro Wastewater Reclamation District was elected NACWA President. Elected Vice President: David St. Pierre, Executive Director of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, IL. Treasurer: Mark S. […]

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Participate in Groundbreaking Water Utility Big Data & Urban Sewer Management Study

NACWA supports WE&RF’s Intelligent Water Systems research, and as part of the research, WE&RF, CH2M and the Smart Water Network Forum (SWAN) are conducting a cutting-edge research study to determine the current challenges, capabilities, and state of implementing (1) Big Data solutions in water sector networks and (2) Sensor networks in urban sewersheds (sewer collection systems)
For the […]

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Save the Date! Utility Leaders Morning at WEFTEC 2017

With August upon us, WEFTEC is just around the corner.  And that means it’s time to mark your calendar for the Utility Leaders Morning!  Co-sponsored by NACWA and the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the Utility Leader’s Morning provides a unique and exclusive opportunity for utility executives and senior managers to engage with each other, hear […]

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Manage Your Membership with ‘MY NACWA’

NACWA membership is “agency membership,” meaning organized by agency/company, thus allowing any approved staff at the member agency to take advantage of membership benefits. You may not know:  individuals associated with member agencies can manage their individual records with the MY NACWA feature on the website.
MY NACWA allows you to manage your contact information, start/stop e-communications, […]

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Apply to be Recognized Today!

NACWA is pleased to announce that nominations are now open for the 2018 National Environmental Achievement Awards (NEAA) program. The NEAA program honors individuals and member agencies that have made significant contributions through outstanding advocacy or innovative projects that positively impact the environment, their utility, their community, NACWA, and/or the water sector.
Categories for the NEAA Individual Achievement Awards include: Public Service, Distinguished Service, and […]

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Water Utilities Recognized for Sustainable, Future-Focused Innovations

Twenty-five water utilities have been selected for recognition of their leadership in community engagement, watershed stewardship, and recovery of resources such as water, energy, and nutrients. Utility of the Future Today recognition celebrates the achievements of forward-thinking, innovative water utilities that are providing resilient value-added service to communities.
The Utility of the Future framework provides a […]

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NACWA Member Facilities ‘Jump High’ to Achieve Excellence

NACWA was proud to honor a total of 471 Member Agency facilities with Peak Performance Awards. Of this high-achieving group, 159 facilities received Platinum Awards for five or more years of complete and consistent permit compliance. Platinum Award winners were featured in a video presentation at an awards ceremony during the Association’s 2017 Utility Leadership […]

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Don’t Miss Out…Financial Survey Deadline Just Weeks Away

The September 15 deadline for completing NACWA’s 2017 Financial Survey is just weeks away, so don’t miss your chance to ensure your utility’s information is included in the final survey report. This is one of NACWA’s most-used resources, invaluable to utility managers for benchmarking and planning purposes and key to NACWA’s advocacy in Washington, DC. […]

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Save the Date! Utility Leaders Morning at WEFTEC 2017

With August upon us, WEFTEC is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to mark your calendar for the Utility Leaders Morning!  Co-sponsored by NACWA and the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the Utility Leader’s Morning provides a unique and exclusive opportunity for utility executives and senior managers to engage with each other, hear […]

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NACWA Brings DC Perspective to Oregon Annual Conference

NACWA joined water professionals from across the State of Oregon July 26 – 28, to participate in the Oregon Association of Clean Water Agencies’ (ORACWA) 2017 Annual Conference, which was held in Bend, OR. As always, the ORACWA conference program featured discussions on important topics like climate change, water reuse and the role of technology and […]

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