As the premiere Association for connecting utility leaders peer-to-peer, NACWA remains dedicated to its mission of “Every Utility a Member!” NACWA’s continued membership growth is itself a great benefit to existing members, as each new agency–varying in size, region and demographic makeup–strengthens the collective networking, advocacy and influence of all. As we look forward to sharing the challenges, solutions and best practices of our diverse membership, NACWA is pleased to welcome the following new members to the Association.
Through the Living River Project, NACWA Member Agency the Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department (RWRD) raises the public’s awareness about improvement in the riparian ecosystem health of the Santa Cruz River in Pima County, AZ. The project is built around an annual report series entitled, A Living River, which documents dramatic change in wetland health following upgrades of two Wastewater Reclamation Facilities (WRFs).
Coming next week! Join us in sunny San Diego for the National Clean Water Law & Enforcement Seminar—the only event of its kind, focused specifically on clean water law and enforcement issues. Clean water attorneys, professionals, and utility leaders can stay warm in SD's famous Gaslamp Quarter, while addressing the critical legal and regulatory issues impacting today's utilities—and learn from some of the top clean water legal experts in the country (see agenda). It's still not too late to register, make plans today!
Celebrating its 17th year of executive education designed specifically for water and wastewater professionals, The Water & Wastewater Leadership Center returns to the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill's Kenan-Flagler Business School, for its 2019 offering on April 28 – May 10. Applications are now being accepted for the class of 2019.