With sights set on Exploring Net Environmental Benefit: Balancing Science & Cost, the compelling agenda for this Conference will examine the intersection of science, policy, and cost – and its impact on the clean water community.
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- Feb. 6-9, 2018
- Napa , CA , USA
While clean water agencies are investing significant resources to improve water quality, they continue to face increasingly complex regulatory challenges, including more stringent standards, and other mandates that add to a growing list of investment needs. From a purely scientific standpoint these new requirements appear necessary to achieve the goals of the Clean Water Act. From a policy perspective, however, does it make sense to continue efforts to meet these increasingly stringent and costly requirements, when smarter investments--in other water or broad environmental areas--can more quickly and effectively enhance water quality and protect public health? With sights set on Exploring Net Environmental Benefit: Balancing Science & Cost, the compelling agenda for NACWA’s 2018 Winter Conference will examine the intersection of science, policy, and cost – and its impact on the clean water community.
Top 5 Reasons to Attend
- Join clean water professionals, regulators, and stakeholders in plenary sessions that will benefit your organization, as we navigate high-stakes clean water challenges – and the keys to balancing science and costs.
- Engage in content-rich NACWA committee meetings, tackling the very latest regulatory, legislative, and legal developments that are impacting the clean water sector today.
- Discover innovative programs and practices, as we honor NACWA's 2018 National Environmental Achievement Award winners.
- Connect during our special 'One-2-One Networking' session and meet the key people that can define your conference experience, and multiply your ROI.
- Experience the resiliency and drive that is the Napa Valley Spirit and stand with the utilities and citizens of Napa Valley, Santa Rosa, and Sonoma as they not only survive – but thrive – following this fall's wildfires.