In an environment of strained municipal budgets and constrained revenue generating capacity, comprehensive integrated planning is becoming an essential tool for meeting water quality goals while keeping costs under control. AMWA strongly endorses a robust, comprehensive integrated planning process to meet water sector infrastructure needs, including the use of innovative and cost-efficient green infrastructure, and continues to advocate for adequate representation of drinking water needs into EPA integrated planning initiatives.
EPA Financial Capacity Framework (1/18/13)
EPA Integrated Planning Approach Framework (Final) (6/5/12)
EPA Integrated Planning Approach Framework (Draft) (1/3/12)
AMWA continues to develop web content on critical sustainability issues facing drinking water utilities. Please check back for future updates to this page.