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Studies show that customers and public officials pay more attention to what they hear from the media compared to any other source of information, including their own local water utility. As our country continues to face tough water challenges, it's more important than ever to get the story right.

The NAWC is the voice of the private water industry, and we are committed to serving as a credible resource for journalists who wish to learn more about private water companies and the work our members are doing in communities and cities across the country. Get the facts on private water from the people who know.

Press Releases

05/20/2019 - National Association of Water Companies to Host Cybersecurity Symposium
The National Association of Water Companies (NAWC) will host its inaugural NAWC Cybersecurity Symposium on May 21, 2019.

04/17/2019 -
NAWC Congratulates EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler on Swearing-In
NAWC congratulates Administrator Wheeler on his swearing-in as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.

02/08/2019 - NAWC Promotes One, Hires Two to Support New Strategic Direction
The National Association of Water Companies (NAWC) continues to build out its staff team to support the association’s new strategic efforts on behalf of water companies across the United States. Today, NAWC announced a staff promotion as well as two new hires.

12/18/2018 - National Association of Water Companies Indiana Chapter Names Senator Eric Koch 2018 Legislator of the Year
The Indiana Chapter of the National Association of Water Companies (NAWC) has named State Senator Eric Koch its Legislator of the Year for his efforts to address water issues across the state through legislative action.

12/13/2018 - EPA Data Shows Regulated Water Companies Deliver Higher Quality Water Than Government-Run Systems
An expanded analysis of the largest and most comprehensive study conducted on Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) compliance shows that community water systems owned by regulated water companies are significantly less likely to violate the SDWA than water systems owned and run by local governments.


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Media Contact

For media inquiries:

Marybeth Leongini
Direct: (202) 349-7310

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