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  • Miami-Dade Raises Bar with Infrastructure Plan

    Jun 21, 2017
    Aging and inadequate water infrastructure is a persistent issue throughout the country, and Miami-Dade County, FL is no exception. Like many regions of the U.S., Miami-Dade’s water and wastewater systems are decades old and unable to support its current and future population.


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NACWA Elects New Officers, Board Members

NACWA’s Board of Directors elected 2017-2018 officers on July 25. Catherine R. Gerali, District Manager of Denver’s Metro Wastewater Reclamation District was elected NACWA President. Also elected (right to left), for Vice President, David St. Pierre, Executive Director (ED) of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago; Treasurer, Mark S. Sanchez, ED of the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority, NM; Secretary, John P. Sullivan, Chief Engineer, Boston Water & Sewer Commission. 

Don't Miss Out...Financial Survey Deadline Just Weeks Away

The September 15 deadline for completing NACWA’s 2017 Financial Survey is just weeks away, so don’t miss your chance to ensure your utility’s information is included in the final report! This is one of NACWA’s most-used resources, invaluable to utility managers for benchmarking and planning and key to NACWA advocacy in DC.  You should have received an email earlier this year with your utility’s survey form. For more info, or to submit, please contact Chris Hornback.

NACWA Members Facilities 'Jump High' for Excellence

A total of 471 Member Agency facilities were honored with Peak Performance Awards, and of this group, 159 received Platinum Awards for five or more years of complete permit compliance. Platinum Awardees were featured in a video presentation at an awards ceremony during NACWA’s 2017 Summer Conference, and in the video, facility staff were asked to “jump” for clean water – with a prize at stake for best photo. Announcing our prize winners. . .

Water Utilities Recognized for Sustainable, Future-Focused Innovations

Twenty-five water utilities have been selected for recognition of their leadership in community engagement, watershed stewardship, and recovery of resources such as water, energy, and nutrients. Utility of the Future Today recognition celebrates the achievements of forward-thinking, innovative water utilities that are providing resilient value-added service to communities.  The honorees are…