Trial Membership Campaign: Steps Toward ‘Every Utility a Member’ Vision

With its sights squarely on the vision of “Every Utility a Member”—including an ambitious goal of 1000 utilities in the association—NACWA has officially launched its Trial Membership Campaign for small and medium utilities serving populations of 75,000 or less.  These utilities make up a large swath of the Clean Water Community nationwide, and their addition […]

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Momentum Builds for Water Week, Don’t Miss Out!!

Water Week 2017 is just around the corner, and excitement is quickly building as key members of Congress confirm their participation and an agenda of high-caliber events rounds into shape.  Anchored by the National Water Policy Fly-In (March 21-22) and the inaugural Capitol Hill Rally for Water (March 22) the Week will provide a pivotal […]

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Calling all NACWA Affiliates

It’s not too late to showcase your many contributions to the water sector and build strong relationships with utilities nationwide through NACWA Sponsorship in 2017. With the 2017 Winter Conference in the rear view mirror, NACWA has updated its sponsorship prospectus with adjustments to pricing and benefits, and would love to count you among its […]

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NACWA, SWAN Advance Smart Water Systems

Join global water leaders at the 7th Annual Smart Water Networks (SWAN) Conference, taking place May 9-10, 2017 at the Tower Hotel in London. The event will focus on creating smart, resilient water and wastewater systems, encompassing four key pillars: 1. Safe water quality; 2. Reliable service; 3. Secure systems; and 4. Efficient operations.
More information on the SWAN’s Conference is […]

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Show Your Support for Water Week 2017

There are many ways to demonstrate your clear commitment to America’s waters during Water Week 2017 (March 19 – 25).  Plan now to join your colleagues from across the country in Washington, DC for the National Water Policy Fly-In, the anchor event of Water Week (see related article). You can also lend your utility name […]

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Engagement, Collaboration, Unity: Watchwords at Winter Conference 2017

Ask any long-time attendee to describe NACWA Conferences, and they would somehow reference the “warm buzz” hovering over the crowd—familiar and welcoming.  With new members and new event features at Winter Conference 2017, that buzz was enhanced, which bodes well for the Association’s overarching goal of increasing engagement among its members nationwide.
Conference Committees Define Collaboration
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NACWA Welcomes New Members! One Network…One Voice

NACWA is proud and honored to welcome its new members for fiscal year 2017 (from October 1, 2016).  The Association is a diverse network of utility members and agencies, ensuring that the collective voice of our nation’s public utilities—the Clean Water Community—is heard. As one voice, we elevate Water as a top priority on the […]

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Thank You NACWA Members for a Great 2016 . . . But We Have a Lot of Work Ahead!

As 2016 comes to a close, now is the perfect time to reflect on NACWA’s successes this year and set our sights on the work that must still be done in the New Year. Despite a tumultuous political season, NACWA members won hard-fought battles to promote sensible, affordable and innovative approaches to water quality protection […]

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Water, NACWA and the 2016 Election Cycle

It’s finally over. One of the most unique presidential elections in history.  It was the first election where both presidential candidates actually focused on infrastructure and used the word “water” multiple times in multiple speeches – a victory for our often-overlooked sector!  NACWA has always maintained that water is a uniquely bipartisan or non-partisan issue. […]

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Senate Comes Together on Water Infrastructure; Attention Turns to the House of Representatives

While Washington may have a well-deserved reputation for partisan gridlock, the U.S. Senate took a major step on September 15  towards showing that issues around water and water infrastructure can be overwhelming bipartisan when it passed S.2848, the Water Resources Development Act of 2016 (WRDA), with a thumping 95-3 vote. In an intense election season […]

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