AWWA members benefit from professional growth, the acquisition of new skills, exposure to the water industry, and enhanced technical knowledge.
Learn more about AWWA's Conferences, Events and Distance Learning opportunities.
SourceBook is AWWA’s official resource guide to water industry products and services.
AWWA's infrastructure financing report, Buried No Longer, is a call to action for utilities, consumers and policy-makers.
Treatment plants have consistently improved water quality and received valuable recognition with customers and regulators. Utilities report performance improvement without major capital spending.
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The Distribution System Optimization Program provides resources for assessment and improvement of drinking water distribution system operations and performance.
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Recognizing water treatment plants and distribution systems for their optimization and water quality achievements, Partnership awards provide positve recognition throughout the water community. Learn what's required.
Partnership award checklist (PDF)
The Partnership follows established requirements for reporting data. Learn about the processes for completing reports.
A 1993 cryptosporidiosis outbreak led to the creation of the Partnership for Safe Water. Today, more than 200 utilities across North America participate in the Partnership's optimization programs to improve the quality of water delivered to their communities.
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Partnership subscribers benefit in many ways from their commitment to treatment plant and distribuiton system optimization. Access a list of current program subscribers.
Distribution program subscribers
The Partnership is administered by AWWA, which provides additional services and resources for utilities and plants. Navigate this website to learn more about AWWA's member resources.
The Partnership for Safe Water is an alliance of six drinking water organizations: