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  • Inaugural Water Week Highlights Collaboration to Focus National Attention on Clean Water Priorities

    Inaugural Water Week Highlights Collaboration to Focus National Attention on Clean Water Priorities Since the passage of the Clean Water Act over forty years ago, clean water agencies have undergone a remarkable transformation, actively contributing to local economies, spurring job growth, advancing cutting edge technologies, and improving the environment and public health. Now, public water and wastewater utilities are stepping up to communicate these triple bottom line benefits to the ratepayer and play a larger public role at the local, regional and national level.  In short, these utilities are becoming the Utility of the Future. It is a very exciting time for the sector. Clean water agencies are responding to the impacts of climate change; partnering with the agricultural industry to improve nutrient management; moving above ground with green infrastructure techniques to manage[…]

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