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113th NAWC Annual Conference

The Annual Conference of the National Association of Water Companies will be held from October 10-13, at the Loews Ventana Canyon in Tucson, Arizona. NAWC represents all aspects of the private water service industry. The range of our members’ business includes ownership of regulated drinking water and wastewater utilities and the many forms of public-private partnerships and management contract arrangements.

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EPA Launches Web Forum on How to Best Protect America’s Drinking Water

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is launching a web-based discussion forum to gather public input on how the agency can improve protection of drinking water. The information will be used in implementing EPA’s new drinking water strategy announced by Administrator Lisa P. Jackson in March.

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Mark Your Calendars

Registration for the 122nd Annual NARUC Convention begins on September 1. Act early and save on registration fees and hotel rates. Remember, these rates won’t last forever and rooms will sell out!

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NARUC Staff Subcommittee on Accounting and Finance to Hold Fall Conference

The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) Staff Subcommittee on Accounting and Finance will hold its fall 2010 conference/meeting September 12-16, 2010 at the Renaissance Providence Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island.

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NAWC in the News

From Global Water Intelligence: “Firlotte’s current role as president of the National Association of Water Companies – the Washington-based professional association which represents the investor-owned water companies in the U.S. – means that he is firmly committed to the long-term success of private water in the U.S."

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