The National Water Policy Forum, Fly-In & Expo, Water Week 2015, April 13-15, is a celebration of the innovative transformation occurring within U.S. water sectors, as they adapt to and address the nation's 21st Century water challenges, especially adequate supplies of potable water and uses of alternate, non-potable water resources, such as rainwater and stormwater. And leading this effort in Washington, D.C., ARCSA's own, President David Crawford, Rainwater Management Systems, and Secretary Neal Shapiro, City of Santa Monica Office of Sustainability and the Environment, are there to promote rainwater and stormwater harvesting and to disseminate its mission and resources to Congressional members and staff, and water regulators and providers during the Fly-In & Expo at the Westin Washington DC City Center hotel.
Through a series of events, water sector organizations with members spanning the nation - and in some cases the globe - are gathering for the second time. A broad array of municipal, state and regional water sector groups from communities across the country will come together to advocate for national policies that advance clean and safe waters, additional water supplies, and a healthy sustainable environment. They will share perspectives, collaborate on solutions, meet with Congress and federal regulators, and celebrate achievements. Water Week 2015 will inform and inspire local, state, and national leaders about the considerable value the water sector brings to environmental protection, economic development, and job creation.
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