Water Resources Planning & Sustainability

Manage Risk and Resilience by Estimating Future Water Demand


Water resources planning includes range estimating future water demand to evaluating possible new sources of water, protecting water sources, and addressing expanding environmental regulations. A water resources plan should bring together a myriad issues, interests, and stakeholders through a planning process that can result in a reason-based, cost-effective, and an environmentally sound plan the public can support.

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AWWA Policy Statements

AWWA's policy statements are brief statements on protecting and improving water supply, water quality, management, and the interests of the public and the environment. They are written by consensus, subject to review and comment by AWWA committees, councils, and members. Because they represent AWWA's position on these matters, they are approved by the AWWA Executive Committee of the board of directors. 


Technical Committee Engagement

AWWA members are recognized globally for their industry expertise and their generosity in sharing that expertise for a better world through better water. AWWA members participate in committee activities, developing conference programs, writing technical manuals, developing standards, creating educational content and contributing to AWWA publications. Committee members primarily interact through conference calls, emails, and face to face meetings at conferences and events. Access more information on volunteering for an AWWA committee.

The following committees are active in addressing water resources planning issues: · 


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