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  • Beckley Sanitary Board Controls Runoff in the Cloud

    Jun 20, 2018
    The Beckley Sanitary Board’s (BSB) Ewart Avenue iPond project capitalizes on the emerging availability and advancements in low-cost, internet-accessible controller systems — with wired and wireless communications – to allow for real-time, dynamic control of stormwater infrastructure. This new control technology accounts for, and manages, the highly variable nature of wet weather induced runoff, and for its innovation and application, won NACWA’s National Environmental Achievement Award.

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2018 Summer Conference in Boston, Set to Inspire with Dynamic Keynote & Unmatched Networking

Your work in Clean Water is absolutely crucial, but is thankless at times, and can come with higher pressure than the water in the pipes.  So, come out to Boston this July and recharge, you deserve it! As ever, NACWA’s Utility Leadership Conference delivers a high-impact agenda, but its special features and unmatched networking opportunities deliver high inspiration as well. Do yourself a favor and register today (but hurry, the deadline for conference hotel rates is July 2)! Among the ULC’s unique features, keynote speaker Janine Driver…

NACWA’s Communications Conference Delivers High Energy, Far-Reaching Impact

NACWA’s Strategic Communications: H2O (StratComm) conference convened last week with more than a hundred attendees, its largest attendance ever. Set in the heart of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, the event brought together water communicators and thought leaders from around the country to tackle touchstone challenges in building the clean water sector’s collective and regional communications programs.  StratComm’s keynote session focused on “Building Long Term Strategic Narratives,” revealing the keys to…

Beckley Sanitary Board Controls Runoff in the Cloud

The Beckley Sanitary Board’s (BSB) Ewart Avenue iPond project capitalizes on the emerging availability and advancements in low-cost, internet-accessible controller systems — with wired and wireless communications – to allow for real-time, dynamic control of stormwater infrastructure. This new control technology accounts for, and manages, the highly variable nature of wet weather induced runoff, and for its innovation and application, won NACWA’sNational Environmental Achievement Award.

Harbor Cruise and Deer Island Treatment Plant Tour to Cap Off ULC

No trip to Boston would be complete without enjoying some time on the water, taking in the historic skyline. NACWA’s2018 Utility Leadership Conference will conclude with a one-of-a-kind facility tour, with lunch, while you cruise Boston Harbor aboard the Majestic, and take a guided walking tour of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority’s (MWRA) Deer Island Treatment Plant, which includes its distinctive egg-shaped digesters…

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Utility Leadership Conference & 48th Annual Meeting

Boston, MA