Congress wrapped up its work for the year over this past weekend, agreeing to fund the federal government through April, 2017 and passing a revised version of the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA)
The Council of the District of Columbia unanimously approved the Nonwoven Disposable Products Act of 2016 last week, the first legislation in the U.S. to address the problems caused by flushable and non-flushable wipes.
A California state court issued a significant decision last week supporting the land application of biosolids, providing a major legal victory for NACWA members in the state and creating a strong legal precedent for land application that can benefit utilities nationwide
NACWA members joined hundreds of public and private sector representatives in Miami last week for the 2016 American Water Summit. NACWA, along with the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) and the National Association of Water Companies (NAWC), partnered with Global Water Intelligence to convene this year’s Summit, which explored opportunities for greater collaboration among the public and private sectors in the United States.
NACWA published updated editions of two of its most popular and valuable legal resources last week, providing its members and the public clean water community with important new clean water legal tools.