Monthly Archives: February 2013

Resiliency Funding Is a Long-Term Investment

Recently, President Obama signed legislation providing $50.7 billion in Hurricane Sandy emergency aid to affected states. This funding includes $600 million to ensure water and wastewater systems are protected and able to continue operation during extreme whether events. This is the first time Congress has approved funding to ensure the resiliency of water systems in […]

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Clean Water Utilities Take on Growing Role in Resource Recovery, Sustainability

A clear theme emerged in the discussions and presentations that took place at NACWA’s annual Winter Conference: Clean water utilities are evolving to become resource managers that provide benefits to the environment and their communities. The conference, Tomorrow’s Clean Water Utility … Is the Future Already Here?, was held in Miami, Fla., Feb. 4–6, in […]

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