National Water Policy Fly-In to host clean water executives, EPA officials at Water Week anchor event

This week, water sector leaders from across the United States will join regulators, water advocacy groups and elected officials at the National Water Policy Fly-In, April 3-4, at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

The National Water Policy Fly-In serves as the anchor event for Water Week. Presented jointly by the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the Water Research Foundation (WRF), and the WateReuse Association, it is the most widely-attended national policy event for water professionals to advocate on behalf of clean water utilities.

As has been made clear by recent comments from President Donald Trump and congressional leaders in the new Congress, there is strong interest in Washington to advance a bipartisan infrastructure package during 2019. This would build off the momentum of major advocacy wins in 2018, such as the bipartisan passage of the America’s Water Infrastructure Act.

In order to ensure that any package includes water as a top priority, it is critical that policy-makers hear directly from utility leaders about the specific challenges facing local communities. Join hundreds of other clean water leaders and stakeholders as they call on the Administration and the new Congress to work in partnership with the clean sector, invest in the nation’s clean water infrastructure, and advance policies that benefit clean water utilities and the communities they serve.

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