Water Advocacy Update and How to Virtually Lobby Congress During Water Week 2021
April 14, 2021 | 1:00PM – 2:00PM ET
This webcast will walk participants through the latest from Capitol Hill, the water sector’s key issues and talking points, and tools and tips for engaging during Water Week – such as setting up Zoom congressional office visits and messaging resources for social media and community outreach during Water Week and beyond. NACWA, WEF, WateReuse and The Water Research Foundation are urging all members to participate in this webcast and reach out to Congress during Water Week to advocate for support for the water sector.Learn More + Register
2021 Water Week Policy Zoom-In
April 27, 2021 | 2:00PM – 4:30PM 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.
Harnessing the Power of Change – WWEMA Virtual 47th Washington Forum
April 27-29, 2021
The Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA) cordially invites everyone in the water industry to register and attend our 47th Washington Forum. This is WWEMA’s annual legislative, regulatory, and policy meeting that directly connects you to leaders in the water industry and Government including Congress and EPA. Our Keynote Speaker is well-known John Manzella who will speak on economic trends, global trade, labor, and what’s ahead.Learn More + Register
Resilience through Collaboration: First Year Highlights and Future Directions of the National Water Reuse Action Plan (WRAP)
April 29, 2021 | TIME TBD
The story of the WRAP’s first year of implementation is one of incredible dedication and determination by a growing community of over 100 different organizations. The WRAP collaborative has enabled the formation of new action-based partnerships across the water community to help address local water resource challenges through holistic thinking and integrated efforts to ultimately strengthen our Nation’s water security, sustainability, and resilience. Join us for a lively discussion with leaders from across the water sector about the future of water reuse and its importance as a tool to address the impacts of climate change and meet local water demands.Learn More + Register