As the national voice of State and Interstate water programs since 1961, the Association of Clean Water Administrators (ACWA) strives to protect and restore watersheds to achieve “clean water everywhere for everyone.”

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ACWA is a national, nonpartisan professional organization. Association members are the State, Interstate and Territorial officials who are responsible for the implementation of surface water protection programs throughout the nation.

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ACWA Annual Report 2020

This year’s Annual Report outlines ACWA’s activities and accomplishments for FY2020.

ACWA Annual Report 2019

Our Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2019 highlights the accomplishments and efforts of ACWA members.

FY 2018-2022 Strategic Plan

Learn about the plans and goals that will help us continue to provide value to members through 2017 and beyond.

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Our scientists were recently in Groton, Massachusetts sampling James Brook and Unkety Brook for nutrients and bacteria and measuring various water quality parameters. This water quality survey effort will continue through the fall.

ICYMI: The Army Corps is proposing to strip the hotly disputed Nationwide Permit 12 from authorizing utility lines for electric utilities, water and telecommunications. This permit will only be used for oil and gas pipelines in future. https://twitter.com/amenasaiyid/status/1290421119829319682

Amena H. Saiyid آمنہ سیّد@amenasaiyid

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is Seeking to Limit Nationwide Permit to Oil and Gas Activities as Opposed all Utility line crossings. Here's my take on it: https://news.bloomberglaw.com/environment-and-energy/corps-seeks-to-limit-nationwide-permit-to-oil-and-gas-activities

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