NACWA Meets with West Virginia Utilities to Discuss Priorities
NACWA was honored to be invited to a meeting of the West Virginia Municipal Water Quality Association last week to learn about the West Virginia clean water sector’s priorities and challenges, and to present a national update on NACWA’s regulatory and legislative advocacy efforts. NACWA’s presentation covered the latest legislative victory on Integrated Planning and key regulatory updates on nutrients, EPA’s blending rulemaking, and biosolids.
These types of meetings are essential in helping to guide NACWA’s national advocacy. For more information, contact Amanda Waters, NACWA’s General Counsel.