(May 9, 2018) - Conversations on potential increases in funding for the water sector continue to involve explorations of the right levels of private engagement; the role of peer-to-peer partnerships; and how fragmentation in the public water and wastewater sector – with thousands of small water and wastewater systems across the country – may limit how much progress can be made. These and related issues inform the foundational theme of NACWA’s 2018 Utility Leadership Conference & 48th Annual Meeting (ULC)—namely, “Management & Governance for a Sustainable Clean Water Future.”
Scheduled for July 23–26, in the heart of downtown Boston, MA, the ULC will explore how utilities can strike the right balance among public, private and peer-to-peer solutions to meet utility needs and the needs of the entire sector.
It's not too early to make your reservation at the Boston Marriott Copley Place – arriving in time for committee meetings on Monday, July 23 and staying through for a special Deer Island Wastewater Plant tour on the afternoon of Thursday, July 26.
Be part of water sector’s “management and governance” solution. Please visit the conference webpage, download a preliminary agenda and register today!