Attendees to NACWA’s Utility Leadership Conference (ULC) and Strategic Communications: H2O (StratComm) workshop came from every region of the country, with differing utility needs and challenges, dealing with different circumstances, and serving different populations, but all shared the same unifying objective by participating in the events: Peer-to-peer collaboration for problem solving.
NACWA members are the heart of our organization. The Association’s advocacy begins and ends with telling the stories of our members and ensuring that public utilities have the tools necessary to provide affordable and sustainable clean water for all. We are honored to welcome 35 new members to the Association this year….
NACWA joined water professionals from across the State of Oregon July 26 - 28, to participate in the Oregon Association of Clean Water Agencies’ (ORACWA) 2017 Annual Conference, which was held in Bend, OR. As always, the ORACWA conference program featured discussions on important topics like climate change, water reuse and the role of technology and innovation, as well as opportunities to engage with state and regional regulators.
With August upon us, WEFTEC is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to mark your calendar for the Utility Leaders Morning! Co-sponsored by NACWA and the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the event provides an exclusive opportunity for utility executives and senior managers to engage, hear from EPA staff on current initiatives, and receive updates from NACWA and WEF on key policy developments…