National Rural Water Association through its State Rural Water affiliates is the nation’s largest water and wastewater utility membership association with over 31,000 members.
Are You Smarter Than a Circuit Rider? Registration Open for WaterPro Conference Game Show - DUNCAN, Okla. – Attendees at the 2017 WaterPro Conference will have a chance to prove their water and wastewater knowledge in the Are You Smarter Than a Circuit Rider game show. The live production will start at 2:45 p.m. on Monday Sept. 18 in the WaterPro Exhibit Hall. Are You Smarter Than a Circuit Rider... Read more »
Characteristics of Working with Tribal Utilities: 2 PM CDT July 27 - Characteristics of Working with Tribal Utilities: 2 PM CDT July 27 Register Now Tribal utilities possess unique characteristics developed form their specific cultural, political and economic backgrounds. Working with these systems requires both detailed knowledge of water and wastewater water operations, and experience with dealing with these unique cultural, political and economic characteristics. About the... Read more »
NRWA Praises House of Representatives’ Proposal to Extend Drinking Water Service to Rural Communities - NRWA Praises House of Representatives’ Proposal to Extend Drinking Water Service Rural Communities WASHINGTON, DC – The National Rural Water Association, the largest community-based water utility organization in the country, praises a new provision in the House Appropriations Committee Fiscal Year 2018 Agriculture Appropriations Bill. The committee passed the bill on July 12, 2017 and included a provision... Read more »
Extending the Life of Rural Water Potable Water Storage Tanks: 2p.m. CDT July 20 - Extending the Life of Rural Water Potable Water Storage Tanks: 2p.m. CDT July 20 Register Now This presentation will discuss solutions to “Cost Effectively Extending the Life of Rural Potable Water Tanks”. It will be focused on four actual rural water projects and case studies, where small towns were able to rehabilitate their aging end... Read more »
Independence Day Celebrations Would Look Much Different Without Rural Water - Independence Day Celebrations Would Look Much Different Without Rural Water Tomorrow, people across the United States will celebrate the founding of our nation, most with some combination of barbecue, parades, flags, family and fireworks. The Rural Water Family prides itself on both its love of country and dedication to community. The efforts of the water... Read more »