Boston Hosts NACWA’s 2018 Summer Conference, Agenda Takes Aim at Complex Water Governance Issues
(June 5, 2018) - Today, important discussions on potential increases in water sector funding are exploring different levels of private engagement; the role of peer-to-peer partnerships; and how fragmentation in the public water and wastewater sector nationwide may limit how much progress can be made. In this setting, 2018 Utility Leadership Conference & 48th Annual Meeting (ULC) is set to be one of the most high impact clean water events of the year.
With the central theme, Management & Governance for a Sustainable Clean Water Future, the Conference will be focused on helping utilities innovate solutions in the midst of emerging governance issues and striking the right balance among public, private and peer-to-peer solutions to meet utility needs, as well as the needs of the entire clean water sector. (See ULC’s agenda for session topics).