Conferences & Events
NACWA hosts several conferences, workshops, regional meetings, virtual events and webinars annually. We strive to offer the most current information about legislative, regulatory and legal developments in the clean water sector and provide many opportunities for you to network with your colleagues and industry leaders from across the country. Speakers at NACWA conferences are drawn from Congress, EPA and other Federal and State Government Agencies, as well as the public and private sectors.
Hot Topics Webinar Series | Part 1
Security Threats Facing Today’s Clean Water Utilities
April 20, 2021 | 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM ET
Water and wastewater utilities are facing increasing security threats from outside parties to both their cyber platforms and critical infrastructure. News reports abound detailing events such as ransomware attacks on wastewater utility records, attempts by hackers to remotely poison water supplies, and intimidation of utility workers at treatment sites by armed so-called activists. Join NACWA for a joint Legal Hot Topics and Security Committee event featuring a panel of experts who will discuss what utilities need to know about these threats, potential legal liability in handling them, and what to do if your utility is facing attack.
This complimentary event is open to all public utilities and NACWA Members. Not a member? Non-member public agencies should contact Kelly Brocato for more information and registration options.
This event is closed to Press.
Water Week Policy Zoom-In
April 27, 2021 | 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM ET | Free Webinar
While Water Week 2021 will take place in a virtual setting again this year, it remains the main event for water professionals from around the country to come together and continue the advocacy momentum as one united voice for the water sector.
This year’s featured event will be the Water Week Policy Zoom-In, on Tuesday, April 27th from 2:00 – 4:30 PM ET. This free webinar is hosted jointly by this year’s Water Association Partners and will provide attendees the opportunity to hear directly from key EPA officials and Members of Congress on the important regulatory and legislative water policies they are working on now and in the years ahead.
*Please note that this webinar is closed to press.