Water Utility Executive

Water Utility Executive

The Water Utility Executive is AMWA’s bimonthly publication about utility management issues, as well as trends from both inside and outside the water sector that impact or influence water management and executive leadership.

Water Utility Executive: January-February 2016

  • Rothenberg to Open 2016 Water Policy Conference
  • International Forum Celebrates Water/Climate Progress, Envisions Future
  • White House Launches Water Innovation Strategy
  • Nation’s Largest Seawater Desal Plant Dedicated
  • WIFIA Fix Could Lower Borrowing Costs for Utilities
  • Fed Rate Hike Impact on Municipal Bond Market
  • AMWA Welcomes New Members

Water Utility Executive: November - December 2015

  • Nashville’s Potter Chosen to Lead AMWA
  • Water Leaders Convene for AMWA Conference
  • Drinking Water Utilities Recognized For Management Excellence
  • International Forum Takes Resiliency to a New Level
  • Applications Due for 2016 Leadership Center
  • AMWA Welcomes New Member

Water Utility Executive: Special Edition: Climate Change: September - October 2015

  • Administration’s Climate Action Plan Aims for International Leadership
  • International Water Forum Spotlights Progress on Climate Adaptation and Mitigation
  • Stakes Are High for UN Climate Conference
  • Climate Toolkit Is a Growing Online Resource
  • AMWA Welcomes New Member and Subscribers
  • Water Utilities Invited to Provide Ideas to Update EUM Framework
  • Join Your Colleagues in Savannah

Water Utility Executive: July - August 2015

  • Utilities Join National Campaign: Imagine a Day Without Water
  • Utility Management Solutions Are Central to Conference Agenda
  • WaterSense Hits One Trillion in Water Savings
  • ASCE Issues “Game Changers” Report on Infrastructure Innovation
  • Green Bond Sales Slow
  • Industry Survey Identifies Top Water Issues
  • AMWA Welcomes New Members
  • Value of Water Coalition Unveils New Toolkit
  • GE Issues Policy Paper on Recycling, Reusing Water

Water Utility Executive: May - June 2015

  • Water Executives to Review EUM Attributes
  • Plans Unfold for EPA Water Finance Center
  • Save the Date for Savannah
  • 2015 AMWA Award Deadlines
  • Water Innovation Takes Center Stage in 2015 Infrastructure Week
  • Price of Water Outpaces Consumer Price Index
  • Food and Beverage Sector Ranked for Effective Handling of Water Risks
  • 2015 International Water & Climate Forum December 7-9, San Diego

Water Utility Executive: March - April 2015

  • Policymakers, Issue Panels Highlight 2015 Water Policy Conference
  • Survey: Americans Remain Worried About Drinking Water Pollution 
  • 2014 Was Biggest Year Yet for Green Bonds
  • AMWA Welcomes New Members
  • Tech Companies Focus on Cutting Water Use
  • 2015 Utility Management Awards

Water Utility Executive: January - February 2015

  • Special Issue: 2014 UFI Survey Results
  • AMWA Welcomes New Members
  • Register for International Water and Climate Forum
  • AMWA Launches 2015 Awards Program
  • Bob Woodward, Gina McCarthy Headline 2015 Water Policy Conference

Water Utility Executive: November - December 2014

  • Executives Gather Insights From Peers at AMWA Management Conference
  • Utility Financial Information Surveys Due November 19
  • AMWA Welcomes New Members and New Subscriber
  • Drinking Water Utilities Recognized For Management Excellence
  • Board Members Elected

Water Utility Executive: September – October 2014

  • Water Sector Invites Washington to Join in Infrastructure Investment
  • Research Reveals Substantial Economic Impact of Water Utilities
  • AMWA Launches 2014 Utility Financial Information Survey
  • Registration Opens for 2015 Water/Wastewater Leadership Center
  • EPA Sets Sustainability Webinar Series
  • AMWA Welcomes New Subscribers
  • Sustainability in the Real World: AMWA's Annual Executive Management Conference

Water Utility Executive: July - August 2014

In This Issue: Value of Water Coalition Takes Lead in National Infrastructure Week, The Race to Sustainability: Sprint or Marathon?, DC Water Offers First Municipal Water Utility Century Bonds, and more...

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