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CWA Statement

CWA Statement

Posted on Aug 7, 2020

“CWA is aware of the CPUC’s decision to place its executive director on administrative leave, as well as public claims that water utilities owe the agency outstanding fees. We believe that recent news reports of these developments have erroneously created an impression that regulated water utilities owe the Commission a substantial amount of unpaid fees.” Read the full statement.

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Alliance for Water Efficiency Releases Water Affordability and Water Conservation Assessment in Detroit, Michigan

Alliance for Water Efficiency Releases Water Affordability and Water Conservation Assessment in Detroit, Michigan

Posted on Jul 2, 2020

The Alliance for Water Efficiency envisions a future with reliable and sustainable water resources, healthy ecosystems, and economically strong communities. This future is not possible […]

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Embracing Diversity and Inclusion

Embracing Diversity and Inclusion

Posted on Jun 26, 2020

The California Water Association and regulated water utilities throughout California join the chorus of voices advocating for a more equal and just society. Our business […]

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Use the COVID-19 Crisis to Fix the Water Crisis

Use the COVID-19 Crisis to Fix the Water Crisis

Posted on May 21, 2020

Seth M. Siegel, author of Troubled Water: What’s Wrong with What We Drink, makes the case in The Hill that the coronavirus crisis “presents a once-in-a-generation opportunity to significantly improve our drinking water.”

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Images from the Front Lines: San Gabriel Valley Water Company

Posted on May 13, 2020

San Gabriel Valley Water Company Meter Reader Doris Han is safely reading meters in Hacienda Heights.

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CWA Joins Coalition to Urge Federal Funding for Critical Water Needs

CWA Joins Coalition to Urge Federal Funding for Critical Water Needs

Posted on May 12, 2020

The California Water Association today joined a broad coalition of conservation, environmental, environmental justice and water organizations urging federal funding for critical water needs in the next congressional response to COVID-19.

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