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With the Clean Water Act poised to turn 40 in October, many are asking if the Act can still meet the changing needs of the 21st century. This discussion will continue in the years to come. But, as President of NACWA, I have sought to ensure that the Association is leading the way on this issue. I have had the unique opportunity to help NACWA shape its “2020 Vision: The Water Quality Utility of the Future” initiative. This initiative is aimed at highlighting the innovative and transformational efforts occurring at the Nation’s utilities that are changing the landscape of our industry—from water conservation and reclamation, green infrastructure, resource recovery, and energy conservation and production, among others. [ … ]