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Save the Date for NACWA’s 2018 Winter Conference

With the theme, Exploring Net Environmental Benefit:  Balancing Science & Cost, NACWA will convene its 2018 Winter Conference in Napa, California, February 6 – 9. NACWA’s 2018 Winter Conference will provide an excellent forum for clean water utilities to explore the concept of net environmental benefit and the critical balance between science and costs. Mark your calendars now and plan to attend this important conference in the beautiful Napa Valley!

NACWA Partner SWAN North American Alliance to Host Smart Water Workshop

The Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) North American Alliance, in partnership with the Alliance for Water Efficiency, Current, and Global Water Works, is hosting a discussion-based workshop November 6, to engage industry thought leaders on deployment of smart water technology across North America. The event will emphasize leveraging digital solutions and strategies to address North American water challenges with a Midwestern focus.

NACWA Congratulates UOTF Today Honorees

During WEFTEC 2017, NACWA, the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF), and WateReuse – with input and engagement from the Environmental Protection Agency – honored 25 utilities with Utility of the Future (UOTF) Today recognition. The UOTF Today recognition program celebrates the progress and exceptional performance of our nation’s wastewater utilities, while supporting the widespread adoption of the innovative UOTF business model. Honored on October 3 were…

It’s Here! ‘Imagine a Day Without Water’ is October 12

Most Americans take their water systems for granted, but could you imagine a day without water? The third annual Imagine a Day Without Water—held on October 12—urges utilities and other organizations to engage and educate their communities about the state of our nation’s water infrastructure and the need for reinvestment. As a supporter of the Value of Water Campaign, we hope all NACWA members will join in this collective action!

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National Clean Water Law Seminar and National Water Enforcement Workshop