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Webcast: Leveraging WaterSMART Grants

Leveraging WaterSMART Grants for Innovative Water Infrastructure Investments

Click below to watch WaterNow's August, 18,2021, WaterSMART Grants webinar. You can find WaterNow's full WaterSMART Grants toolkit, which includes eligibility information, case studies and more here. You can also access the slides from the webinar here.

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Webcast: Leveraging HUD Loans

Leveraging HUD Section 108 Loans for Innovative Water Infrastructure Investments

Click below to watch WaterNow's July 21, 2021, HUD Section 108 webinar. You can find WaterNow's full HUD Section 108 loans toolkit, which includes eligibility information, case studies and more here. You can also access the slides from the webinar here.

Webinar: Leveraging SRFs

Click the video below to watch WaterNow June 24, 2021, Leveraging State Revolving Funds for Innovative Water Infrastructure Investments webinar.

Mapping Inequality

Mapping Inequality: Environmental Justice and Systemic Racism

Watch EPA's March 4, 2021, webinar on The Mapping Inequality Project as part of EPA's speaker series on Environmental Justice and Systemic Racism.

Affordability and CAP Development: Getting From Here to There

Affordability and Customer Assistance Program Development: Getting From Here to There

Janet Clements of Corona Environmental Consulting provides insights into how water and wastewater utilities can develop customer assistance programs.

 

Water Affordability in the United States

Presentation: Water Affordability in the United States

In this webinar hosted by the California Water Data Collaborative, Dr. Casey Wichman describes research on water affordability trends and practices in the United States, as well as the value of CaDC data and analysis tools for his active research projects. In this study, Dr. Casey Wichman and Diego Cardoso (Ph.D. candidate) document the extent of water affordability concerns in the US across income, geography, and race. Their estimates capture approximately 45% of the US population, and find that 1 in 7 households in the study are above EPA's affordability threshold. Dr. Wichman's presentation also offers policy tools for addressing water affordability concerns, including price models designed to keep rates affordable for lower income households and lump-sum rebates.

Watch a recording of the presentation below.

Dr. Casey Wichman (Assistant Professor, Georgia Tech, School of Economics) is an applied microeconomist working on issues at the intersection of environmental and public economics. His research focuses on how people interact with the natural and built environment, and what that behavior reveals about the value of environmental amenities.

The California Data Collaborative (CaDC) is a network of water professionals collaborating to create tools and applied research supporting planning and analysis. CaDC envisions a water industry inspired and empowered to make informed data-driven decisions responsive to tomorrow's water needs.

Webinar: Advancing Evidence-Based Decision Making

Click the video below to watch WaterNow and EPI Center's August 13, 2020, Advancing Evidence-Based Decision Making webcast.

Internet of Water: Ask the Data Architect

Internet of Water’s State Agency Peer-to-Peer Network Webinar: Ask the Data Architect

The Internet of Water (IoW) is a project currently housed at Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, managed by a small startup team and supported by grants from several philanthropic organizations. By 2021, the IoW project aims to be a self-sustaining network managed by an independent organization.

In this webinar, the Internet of Water’s Data Architect, Kyle Onda, answers questions submitted by members of the IoW State Agency P2P Network and webinar participants on all things water data. To download a copy of the presentation slides click here.

Jersey Water Works Lead in Drinking Water Webinar

Jersey Water Works Lead in Drinking Water Webinar

Jersey Water Works hosted a webinar on November 15th, 2019, on permanent solutions for eliminating lead in drinking water in New Jersey. Recommendations include a coordinated state campaign to remove all lead service lines in New Jersey. Speakers include former NJDEP Commissioner Chris Daggett, Mike Furrey from the American Water Works Association, as well as Chris Sturm and Gary Brune from New Jersey Future.

Watch the webinar below.

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