Clean water agencies are facing many common challenges, including rising costs, aging infrastructure, increasingly stringent regulatory requirements, population changes, and a rapidly changing workforce.
Find out more about NACWA’s efforts with the Water Sector Collaboration on Effective Utility Management Committee as well as other initiative and projects designed to help utilities find solutions to their management challenges.
NACWA’s Financial Survey and Index provide an unparalleled look at the clean water sector’s revenues, expense capital needs, sewer service charges, rates and more. NACWA works to ensure Congress and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have access to and understand this critical utility investment information.
The nation's publicly owned treatment works are continually working to secure their facilities and improve their preparedness for terrorist attaches, natural disasters and all other threats. NACWA works with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other water sector associations on projects that will help utilities with their security and emergency preparedness. NACWA's advocacy in this area focuses on preserving local choices for utilities and obtaining funding for any mandatory security measures.
Membership gives you access to the tools to keep you up to date on legislative, regulatory, legal and management initiatives.