NACWA

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NACWANational Association of Clean Water Agencies
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Nationwide, the NACWA gave out almost 200 gold awards for 2010, and the Boyd Point plant was the only recipient in Arkansas.
"NACWA has long-supported a national clean water trust fund as a way to put real and reliable money on the table to help communities meet Clean Water Act goals.
"NACWA looks forward to working with the wipes industry to help improve consumer awareness about products that should and should not be flushed," says NACWA executive director Ken Kirk.
"Some nonwoven wipes products are not designed to be flushed but get inappropriately flushed anyway so INDA is working together with NACWA, APWA, WEF and CWWA to develop improved flushability guidelines and other efforts to help alleviate the problems caused in the wastewater systems," says INDA president Dave Rousse.
The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) and the Association of the Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) released a report in July examining the vital role of tax-exempt municipal bonds in funding drinking water and wastewater infrastructure.
In July, the these efforts received another boost when representatives from the task force met with the NACWA (National Association of Clean Water Agencies), who were receptive to the recently release guidelines.
"It is critical, however, that EPA uses this opportunity to gather additional input and address many of the long-standing concerns that NACWA has been raising regarding affordability.
"NACWA looks forward to working with the wipes industry to help improve consumer awareness about products that should and should not be flushed," says NACWA executive director Ken Kirk/'Toilets are not trash cans and reducing the amount of inappropriately flushed products will save utilities millions of dollars each year."
These efforts are being cemented with INDA's, cooperation with the NACWA (National Association of Clean Water Agencies), who will put together a technical advisory board to approach the differences between how different stakeholders define flushability.
NACWA and the Conference of Mayors have been outspoken critics of EPA's approach to assessing financial capability and, more broadly, to the agency's implementation and enforcement methods.
These products are sometimes disposed of in toilets because of how and where they are used, causing significant economic burdens on local wastewater treatment systems," says NACWA director of Regulatory Affairs, Cynthia Finley.
The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), the Water Environment Federation (WEE), and the Association of Clean Water Administrators (ACWA) along with local utilities and others in the clean water community came together to celebrate 40 years of accomplishments under the Clean Water Act (CWA) and to call for a new vision to ensure further water quality progress.