NACWA's 2018 Utility Leadership Conference Set to Explore Utility Governance Issues

six(May 15, 2018) - Important conversations about investment in the water sector continue to explore varying levels of private engagement, the role of peer-to-peer partnerships, and how fragmentation in the public water and wastewater sector may limit progress. With this backdrop, NACWA’s 2018 Utility Leadership Conference & 48th Annual Meeting (ULC) – scheduled July 23-26, at the Boston Marriott Copley Place in Boston, MA – is set to be one of the most important, and high-impact, clean water events of 2018.

This year’s theme – Management & Governance for a Sustainable Clean Water Future – and the Conference as a whole, are focused on helping utilities innovate solutions in the midst of emerging governance issues; striking the right balance among public, private and peer-to-peer solutions to meet utility needs, as well as the needs of the entire clean water sector. (See ULC’s agenda for session topics).

Avoid the last-minute rush. Check out the ULC webpage for a preliminary agenda and register today!