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 national stage, and support changing the clean water paradigm to provide the flexible, affordable and innovative local approaches that our utility members need and demand.

The Association looks forward to collaborating with these new members to tell their unique stories, share best practices, promote their work and advocate for their public policy interests.  Connect with them by utilizing NACWA’s online Membership Directory or through the Association’s online network, Engage™.

Public Agency Members

Buffalo Sewer Authority, NY

Service area population: 300,000

City of Bozeman, MT

Service area population: 43,400

City of Elyria Wastewater Pollution Control, OH

Service area population: 59,000

City of Saint Charles, MO

Service area population: 68,800

City of Santa Fe, NM

Service area population: 75,000

City of St. Joseph Water Protection, MO

Service area population: 76,000

City of Twin Falls, ID

Service area population: 48,000

Clark Regional Wastewater District, WA

Service area population: 30,000

Great Lakes Water Authority, MI,

Service area population: 3,900,000

Westchester County Department of Environmental Facilities, NY

Service area population: 800,000

 

Corporate Affiliates

BKT

Hatch

Waste Management

XPV Water Partner

 

Legal Affiliates

Baker Wotring, LLP

Vinson & Elkins LLP

 

Our unique and growing network strengthens the advocacy voice for all member utilities, and ensures they have the tools necessary to provide affordable and sustainable clean water for all. Our vision is to represent every utility as a NACWA member.

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