The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) is encouraged by the U.
What does NACWA stand for?
NACWA stands for National Association of Clean Water Agencies
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- National Association of Councils for Voluntary Service (UK)
- National Association of County Veterans Service Officers
- National Advisory Committee for Women (est. 1978)
- National Association of Career Women
- National Association of Club Workers
- National Association of College Women
- National Association of Colored Women
- National Association of Commissions for Women (Silver Spring, MD)
- North Atlantic Central Water
- National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators
- National Association for Civil War Brass Music, Inc. (Baltimore, MD)
- National Access Consortium Western Cape (est. 1996; South Africa)
- National Association of Certified Wedding Coordinators
- National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, Inc (since 1896; Washington, DC)
- National Authority, Chemical Weapons Convention
- North American Colonial Waterbird Conservation Plan
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- National Alliance for Children With Life-Threatening Conditions
- Named Animal Care and Welfare Officer (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Association of Clean Water Agencies presented Pine Bluff Wastewater Utility's Boyd Point treatment facility with a gold award for 100 percent compliance with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit standards.
On the sewer side, Texas will not lose quite as much as two other big states: California faces about $40 million in cuts to its sewer program, and New York faces nearly $60 million in cuts, according to Patricia Sinibropi, the legislative director for the National Association of Clean Water Agencies.
The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), the Water Environment Federation (WEE), and the Association of Clean Water Administrators (ACWA) along with local utilities and others in the clean water community came together to celebrate 40 years of accomplishments under the Clean Water Act (CWA) and to call for a new vision to ensure further water quality progress.
To inform discussions about improving water quality, members of the committee heard a presentation from Chris Hornback, director of regulatory affairs at the National Association of Clean Water Agencies.
The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) and six national water groups sent a letter to Congress urging the House and Senate to reject the offered reductions to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) and to maintain funding for these two key clean water programs at the FY12 levels.