Member Spotlight

  • Louisville MSD Engages Next Generation of Engineers through Creative College Curriculum

    December 15, 2023
    Dedicated to being an innovative regional utility for safe, clean waterways, Louisville & Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District (Louisville MSD) provides three key services - wastewater treatment, stormwater/drainage management, and flood protection - to the nearly 619,000 Louisville residents as well as the surrounding region.
  • Eastern Municipal Water District’s Innovative and Fun Approach to Clean Water Education

    November 16, 2023
    Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) has found a fun and innovative way to educate children and adults about the importance of being sewer smart.
  • WSSC Water’s Creative Virtual Platform Brings the Wastewater Treatment Experience to Local Classrooms

    September 13, 2023
    WSSC Water is among the nation’s largest water and wastewater utilities, serving 1.9 million residents in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties in Maryland. The bi-county utility is not only committed to providing safe and reliable drinking water to its customers while protecting the environment, but it is also dedicated to educating local schools on the vital role of water and wastewater utilities.
  • Collaborative Project from the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Provides Valuable Data to Health Leaders

    July 27, 2023
    The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District is one of many partners working together with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the University of Missouri-Columbia, to provide public health authorities with a valuable tool for monitoring COVID-19 outbreaks throughout Missouri.
  • Renewable Water Resources’ Dig Greenville Infrastructure Project Has Positive Impact on the Environment

    June 14, 2023
    Renewable Water Resources’ (ReWa’s) wastewater infrastructure project Dig Grenville is designed to increase existing sewer capacity to protect the environment by mitigating overflows to the Reedy River during wet weather events for the next 100 years.
  • Beckley Sanitary Board’s Collaborative Project Generates Future Water Professionals

    May 17, 2023
    In Beckley, WV, creek banks are becoming places for watershed education. Thanks to a collaborative effort among three watershed partners, students and other community members are now involved in year-round hands-on learning on Beckley’s urban streams. The thriving partnership among NACWA Member Beckley Sanitary Board, Piney Creek Watershed Association and West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) has sustained an ongoing effort to collect and analyze water samples from 22 sites across a 20 square mile area, once a month for more than three years
  • Prince William County’s Award-Winning Learning Platform, H2Go Kids

    April 12, 2023
    The Prince William County Service Authority is Virginia’s largest combined drinking water and wastewater service provider, serving approximately 380,000 people. The Service Authority’s Community Outreach Department delivers engaging programs and presentations for adults and children across the county to raise awareness about water resources and treatment, reaching about 10,000 students per year with lesson plans that align with Virginia’s Standards of Learning.
  • Hampton Roads Sanitation District and DC Water Collaboration Sparks Award-Winning Innovation

    March 15, 2023
    The conventional activated sludge process has been around for over 110 years and is a versatile and adaptable technology. The art of improving activated sludge technology to meet more stringent effluent limits is a concept of ‘DO more, IN less, WITH less’. To accomplish this, the Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) and DC Water joined forces to develop the partial denitrification-anammox technologies, known as DETOUR.
  • Metro Water Recovery Works to Transform Community’s Opinion of Wastewater

    March 1, 2023
    Metro Water Recovery in Denver, Colorado believes there is no such thing as “waste” water. As a headwaters state, every drop of water in the river basins is precious and impacts public health, recreation, aquatic life, agriculture, and drinking water. While Metro Water Recovery’s commitment to stewardship has had a positive impact on the region’s environment for decades, it has not achieved this goal alone.
  • The Great Lakes Water Authority Engages Its Community and Key Stakeholders With Informative Video

    January 25, 2023
    The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) adopted a first-of-its kind regional Wastewater Master Plan (WWMP) to proactively and adaptively manage the wastewater system that serves 2.8 million people and spans 15,000 miles of pipes across 79 communities in southeast Michigan.
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