Category Archives: Clean Water

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NACWA Active at One Water Summit

NACWA looks forward to having an active presence at next week’s One Water Summit in New Orleans.  Convened by the US Water Alliance, the Summit will explore ways in which the United States can move closer to a “one water” approach.  It will also bring together hundreds of leaders from across the country to network, […]

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New Funding Available for Green Infrastructure Projects

Partners for Places, a matching grant program, has announced a new request for proposals (RFP) specifically for green infrastructure projects. Partners for Places helps create opportunities for municipalities and counties across the United States and Canada and promotes partnerships between local governments and a variety of foundations and philanthropies.
The grants provide partnership investments from $25,000 […]

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Building Utility Leaders of the Future: Webinar/Program

Attention HR Managers and Senior Level Utility Leaders!
Webinar Date: July 6, 2017
Webinar Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET
Webinar Title: Grow Your Utility Leaders of the Future
Interested in growing the next generation of leaders at your utility? Join NACWA and Core Consulting Group to learn about Core Growth: Building Utility Leaders of the Future. This six-month utility […]

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NACWA Welcomes New Members!

NACWA is pleased to welcome more than thirty new members to the Association, year-to-date.  By joining NACWA these utilities and organizations enhance our diverse network of members ensuring that our collective voice of is heard and that together we will elevate water as a top national priority.  This group of new Member Agencies represents utilities […]

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NACWA Committees to Engage in High Level Strategic Conversations at July Conference

As utility leaders from across the country gather in St. Louis this July for the 2017 Utility Leadership Conference (ULC), Peer-to-Peer Partnership . . . Exploring Today’s Utility Challenges Together, NACWA leadership and staff will seize the opportunity to convene many of the Association’s dynamic committees. Critical developments in the arenas of water quality; legal […]

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2016 Cost of Clean Water Report Now Available

NACWA’s 2016 Cost of Clean Water Index report indicates that for the 15th consecutive year, the increase in the cost of sewer services nationally has outpaced the rate of inflation.  The average cost of wastewater services rose 2.6 percent in 2016, double the rate of inflation as measured by the Consumer Price Index for the […]

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Exploring Partnerships Between the Water & Technology Sectors

As part of its compelling agenda, NACWA’s 2017 Utility Leadership Conference (ULC), Peer-to-Peer Partnership . . . Exploring Today’s Utility Challenges Together, will explore the potential for partnerships between the water sector and the technology sector.  The Utility of the Future initiative has focused renewed attention on the promise of technological advancements to provide better […]

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Clean Water Proud! Share the Value of Membership!

NACWA is clean water proud and we know you are too.  Together with your support, we will tell the stories of the amazing work done by our nation’s clean water utilities to ensure that water is a top national priority. You can support this effort by sharing the value you receive from your NACWA membership […]

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Pretreatment Workshop Interest Surges, Additional Hotel Rooms Added

NACWA has added additional hotel space to accommodate increased interest in this year’s National Pretreatment Workshop in San Antonio, TX, (May 16 -19).  NACWA’s National Pretreatment Workshop is the ONLY national conference designed for pretreatment professionals! This year’s Workshop focuses on hot topics that are impacting pretreatment programs nationwide, as well as issues that will […]

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Water Week 2017: Reaching New Heights

Water Week 2017 has come and gone and the Association has plenty to be thankful for, and optimistic about.  Eight major association partners collaborated, more than 30 water-related organizations endorsed/supported, and attendance was the best in the event’s history.  This means that Water Week has reached new heights of unity in terms of its mission […]

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