Funding News

  1. Newterra Ltd. Announces Strategic Partnership With Financier Elevate Export Finance Corp.

    Newterra Ltd. (“Newterra”) is pleased to announce it has entered into a strategic partnership with export financing company Elevate Export Finance Corp. (“Elevate”)

  2. EPA Administrator Wheeler's Wilson Center Remarks On Global Water Issues

    As Administrator of the U.S. EPA, I believe that water issues are the largest and most immediate environmental and public health issues affecting the world right now.

  3. 20+ Years Out Of Service, Indiana WTP Still Incurring Massive Costs

    Even though a local water treatment facility was closed more than two decades ago, a city in Indiana is paying more than $500,000 to maintain it due to a dangerous leak.

  4. Will More Strategic Funding Spur Water And Wastewater Treatment Innovation?

    The technological innovation that powers water and wastewater treatment processes — like new membranes for produced water cleanup or desalination technology for stressed water systems — is largely what drives the industrial and municipal treatment industries forward.

  5. Santa Fe First Ever To Finance Anaerobic Digester With Green Bonds

    The City of Santa Fe has achieved a wastewater first, establishing a financing model that may offer a new revenue approach for other cities throughout the country.

  6. EPA FY 2020 Budget Proposal Released

    The proposed Fiscal Year 2020 budget for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), announced recently, provides $6.1B to support the agency’s mission of protecting human health and the environment.

  7. Drought Presents Business Opportunity For Private Companies

    While pervasive drought in the American Southwest continues to present myriad problems for local water systems, it is also a dynamic opportunity — at least for private companies looking to capitalize on the scarcity.

  8. Indiana American Water Acquires Charlestown Water System In Southern Indiana

    Indiana American Water President Deborah Dewey recently announced the company’s acquisition of Charlestown Water, a municipal water utility located in southern Indiana.

  9. Congressional Hearing On Water Infrastructure Investment: NACWA Proposes Solutions That Would Protect Public Health And Create Jobs

    Recently, during a public hearing held by the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee's Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment—specifically to examine the current state of the country's clean water infrastructure—a Board Member of the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) proposed solutions for "the infrastructure gap," or the future investment needed to maintain clean water systems in comparison to current investments; and "the affordability challenge," which is the burden of rising infrastructure maintenance costs on low-income ratepayers.

  10. Clean Water Funding Investment Bill Introduced In Congress

    The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) joins other major clean water organizations in supporting the bipartisan introduction of the Water Quality Protection and Jobs Creation Act of 2019.