As water sector leaders, utility managers play a critical role in ensuring the protection of public health and the environment. Balancing multiple priorities and relationships, utility managers address complex challenges, adeptly solve problems, and wear a lot of hats to get the job done.
AWWA resources for utility managers provide the essentials needed to manage and lead today’s modern utilities – including performance management, rates and finance information, communications, and business practices.
Strategies to support and expand the role of water utilities as community stewards are provided in the AWWA's new publication, A Water Utility Manager’s Guide to Community Stewardship. The new guide highlights utility innovators and provides utility managers with strategies and tools to support their local communities, effectively engage underserved communities and apply a social equity lens to water service delivery.
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Since 2004 AWWA has conducted our annual State of the Water Industry survey to identify and track significant challenges facing the water industry and to provide data and analyses to support water professionals as they develop strategies to address these issues.
M5 Water Utility Management was developed through the collaborative effort of leaders in the utility profession who have successfully met the challenges of managing a water utility. It is designed for both new and experienced managers.
This book provides the most comprehensive utility rate data and financial analyses available. Data are provided for 234 utilities providing water service and 108 utilities providing wastewater service from 42 states and the District of Columbia.
Feb. 25-28, 2020Anaheim, CaliforniaAWWA and WEF have established this prestigious event to present the latest approaches, practices, techniques and research in all aspects of utility management.
June 14-17, 2020Orlando, FloridaConnect with global water experts and explore innovative, real-time solutions and new insights to help solve today’s water challenges − all in one place.