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CLEAN WATER CURRENT – April 11, 2014

Inaugural Water Week Brings Hundreds to DC

NACWA, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF), along with the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA), the U.S. Water Alliance, and a number of state and regional water groups, banded together to bring hundreds of clean water professionals from coast to coast to Washington, DC to advance shared priorities as part of Water Week 2014.

Congressional Clean Water Caucus Briefing Features Sector Leaders

Reps. John Duncan (R-TN) and Tim Bishop (D-NY), Co-Chairs of the Congressional Clean Water Caucus, provided remarks during the Caucus's first Capitol Hill briefing, Utilities of the Future ... Engaging Communities, Embracing New Challenges & Ensuring Economic Priorities.

NACWA, AMWA Host Water Resilience Summit

More than 50 wastewater utility, drinking water utility, private sector, and federal officials came together during Water Week 2014 for a day-and-a-half facilitated dialogue on climate and resilience issues.

EPA Responds to NACWA Inquiry on Blending

NACWA received a letterpdf button this week from EPA regarding the Agency’s implementation of a recent federal court case on blending.

NACWA Supports DC Water LTCP Modification

NACWA submitted commentspdf button this week in strong support of DC Water’s proposed modification to its Long-Term Control Plan (LTCP).

NACWA Financial Survey Deadline is Just Around the Corner!

The extended deadline for completing NACWA's 2014 Financial Survey, Monday, April 21, is quickly approaching.

Wet Weather Consent Decree Workshop – Hotel Deadline Approaching!

Have you made plans to attend NACWA's for Wet Weather Consent Decree Workshop, April 30 – May 1, in Chicago?

Pretreatment Professionals from Across the U.S. To Meet at Annual Workshop

Pretreatment professional are planning now to join their colleagues from across the country at NACWA’s 2014 National Pretreatment & Pollution Prevention Workshop, May 14 – 16 at the Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel in Minneapolis, Minn.

 

ADVOCACY ALERTS

Farm Bill Passes; Key Nutrient and Water Quality Provisions Included

The Senate passed the five-year Agricultural Act of 2014, referred to as the Farm Bill, on Tuesday by a vote of 68-32. » Read more Members Only

Please Ask Your Representatives to Join the Congressional Clean Water Caucus

NACWA is pleased to announce the formation of the Congressional Clean Water Caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives, a bipartisan coalition to spotlight cutting-edge technologies and innovative techniques and approaches in the clean water sector — including green infrastructure, water reuse and reclamation, energy production and conservation, resource recovery, resiliency, and more — through a series of Congressional Briefings beginning during Water Week 2014» Read more Members Only

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 
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