This report from AMWA and WUCA describes the implications of heat impacts on utility personnel and assets over the next 50 years.
COVID-19 could cost the nation's drinking water systems nearly $14 billion in lost revenues.
AMWA publishes an annual report to its membership that highlights accomplishments of the previous 12 months.
AMWA’s primer on what utilities need to know about insurance, bond ratings and climate risk.
Project procurement processes outside of the traditional design-bid-build approach most often used by municipal agencies may provide benefits to utilities.
This US Water Alliance briefing paper highlights the connections between water management and vulnerable American communities.
A state-by-state guide that explores the differing legal frameworks for programs that assist low-income customers.
A primer about the evolution of the green bond market.
Addressing the cost implications to water and wastewater systems of limiting or abolishing tax-exempt municipal bonds.
This report can help utilities develop a public engagement strategy in advance of a water emergency.
The report provides an in-depth look at the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) response to a major pipe break in May 2010 involving more than two million people and thousands of large industrial users in 30 metropolitan Boston communities.
Summarizes the recommendations of an expert panel on a path forward that will help fill data gaps, better inform the public and regulators, and lead towards sustainable water resources for future generations.