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CLEAN WATER CURRENT – September 26, 2014

EPA Proposes Dental Amalgam Separator Rule

After planning to propose a dental amalgam separator rule for several years, EPA released a pre-publication version of its proposal yesterday.  » Read more Members Only

NACWA Discusses Nutrient Permit Limits with EPA, State Regulators

NACWA met with both key EPA water office staff and state water regulators Thursday to brief them on the findings and recommendations from a recent report on the development of nutrient permit limits.  » Read more Members Only

Guidance for Clean Water SRF Program Amendments Released

Last week, the EPA issued initial guidance pdf button to States regarding implementation of recently-enacted statutory revisions to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Program and related Clean Water Act provisions.  » Read more Members Only

NACWA, Association Partners Weigh In on Water Transfers

NACWA joined with a number of other water sector and municipal organizations on September 22 to file an amicus curiae brief pdf button in litigation over EPA’s Water Transfers Rule pdf button.  » Read more Members Only

Cybersecurity Workgroup Formulates Water Sector Strategy

The Water Sector Cybersecurity Workgroup met in person for a second time this week to finalize recommendations to assess gaps in available cybersecurity guidance, tools, and resources for utilities – and to provide outreach and training to utilities.  » Read more Members Only

The White House and EPA to Host Green Infrastructure Collaborative Event

NACWA has been invited to participate in the White House Council on Environmental Quality’s (CEQ) and the EPA’s joint upcoming kick-off event for their Green Infrastructure Collaborative pdf button on October 8 in Washington, DC.  » Read more Members Only

NACWA Attends EPA Listening Session for WIFIA Implementation

On Monday, NACWA participated in EPA’s second listening session for implementation of a new lending program called the Water Infrastructure Financing Innovations Act or WIFIA, which was enacted as part of the Water Resources Reform and Development Act.  » Read more Members Only

Law Seminar to Feature New Offerings, Old Favorites

NACWA’s upcoming National Clean Water Law Seminar will include some new offerings along with a number of old favorites.  » Read more Members Only

Elite Utility Executive Education Available Now!

Applications are currently being accepted for the 2015 Water & Wastewater Leadership Center, March 8-19, 2015 at the Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  » Read more Members Only

EPA to Host Web Seminar for Members to Better Access Water Quality Data

The EPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans & Watersheds is offering a web seminar for NACWA members to learn more about their Water Quality Portal (Portal) which brings together chemical, physical, and microbiological data from the U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) National Water Information System (NWIS) and EPA's Storage & Retrieval Data Warehouse (STORET) – and provides it to scientists, policymakers, and the public in a single, user-friendly web interface.  » Read more Members Only

NACWA Blog of the Week:
Don’t Flush It! National Drug Take-Back Day is this Saturday!

Have you ever been cleaning out your bathroom or kitchen cupboard and come across old prescription medications that you no longer need?  » Read more Members Only

Final Utility of the Future Web Seminar Focused on Innovative Finance

Innovative finance – from the perspectives of stretching ratepayer dollars and bringing in new revenues – was the focus of the final of three Charting a Path to the Utility of the Future web seminars.  » Read more Members Only






Help Us Make an Integrated Planning Pilot Program a Reality!


Please write to Senators Jack Reed and Lisa Murkowski, Chair and Ranking Member for the Senate Interior and EPA Appropriations Subcommittee to urge them to support funding for an Integrated Pilot program! » Read more Members Only



NACWA Releases Report Analyzing EPA Methods for Setting Nutrient Effluent Limits

NACWA has released a report summarizing an analysis of EPA’s use of its Technical Support Document for Water Quality-Based Toxics Control as guidance for nutrient permitting. The Review of USEPA Methods for Setting Water Quality-Based Effluent Limits for Nutrients pdf button Members Only (Report) finds that due to fundamental differences in how nutrients and toxics affect receiving waters, the use of toxics-based methods is often inappropriate. » Read more Members Only

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