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.
South Dakota Named State Association of the Year at Annual NRWA Awards - RENO, Nev.– The South Dakota Association of Rural Water Systems received the State Association of the Year award at the annual Tribute to Excellence awards ceremony, held on Sept. 18 at the WaterPro Conference in Reno, Nev. “The most prestigious and most honored award is the State Association of the Year,” said Ed Savage, chair... Read more »
Anthony and Spencer Win Are You Smarter Than a Circuit Rider? - RENO, Nev. – Tom Anthony, Public Works Superintendent from Mattawan, Mich., won first place and Johnny Spencer from Tyrrell County Utilities in North Carolina won second place at the second Are You Smarter Than a Circuit Rider? competition, held Sept. 18 as part of the WaterPro Conference in Reno, Nev. The 2016 conference debuted the new... Read more »
Mississippi Rural Water Receives Special Recognition for Legislative Success - RENO, Nev.– The Mississippi Rural Water Association received special recognition for legislative success at the annual Tribute to Excellence awards ceremony, held on Sept. 18 at the WaterPro Conference in Reno, Nev. “With an ever-shifting Congress, key leadership positions change as a result of elections or term limits imposed on the committees. At any given... Read more »
NRWA Opens 2017 WaterPro Conference in Reno - RENO, Nev. – The National Rural Water Association opened the 2017 WaterPro Conference with a morning session on Sept. 18 in Reno, Nev. The opening included speeches from NRWA President Steve Fletcher and NRWA CEO Sam Wade.
Rural Water Associations in Florida and Georgia Assisting Utilities After Irma - DUNCAN, Okla. – Emergency Response teams from the Florida Rural Water Association and Georgia Rural Water Association staged personnel, equipment and supplies outside the heaviest areas of the storm and have begun assisting utilities after Irma’s landfall. Associations started making detailed plans as the storms approached, assessing potentiality-impacted systems and outlining the generators and equipment... Read more »