The White House has given NACWA and its members much to discuss at its upcoming 2015 Winter Conference (see related story) with a renewed focus on water infrastructure financing.
House and Senate Congressional leaders have announced additional key committee leadership slots for the 114th Congress.
NACWA hosted a conference call this week with representatives of more than a dozen state and regional clean water organizations to share national and state/regional advocacy developments.
EPA will be hosting a webinar on the American Iron and Steel (AIS) requirements (a.k.a. the Buy-American requirements) for the State Revolving Fund (SRF) programs.
We are looking forward to seeing many NACWA members in Charleston, SC, at the Association’s 2015 Winter Conference, Leaving the Comfort Zone... Collaborating for Clean Water, February 1 – 4 at the Belmond Charleston Place.
To inform its comments on EPA’s proposed Dental Amalgam Separator rule , NACWA is conducting a survey to collect mercury data and dental amalgam separator program information from publicly owned treatment works (POTWs). » Read more
New Member Resource will Help Members Weather the Storm of Legal Challenges to Stormwater Programs and Fees
Today NACWA released its newest member resource Navigating Litigation Floodwaters: Legal Considerations for Funding Municipal Stormwater Programs during the National Clean Water Law Seminar. » Read more
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