WEF advocacy activities aim to educate WEF members and the water sector on public policy issues related to water quality and water resources, and equip them to play a greater role in water policy discussions.
The latest government affairs and legislative/regulatory articles, videos, and other content from throughout the organization and across the water sector.
On March 14, 2023, the U.S. EPA proposed a National Primary Drinking Water Regulation (NPDWR) to establish legally enforceable Maximum Contamination Levels (MCLs) ...Continue Reading
Federal government earmarks $3 million to extend the reach of leading stormwater infrastructure researchers.Continue Reading
Announced during a United Nations convention on climate change in November, two recent White House-authored reports detail new efforts to spur green infrastructureContinue Reading
On December 30, 2022, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the publication of its final rule on the definition of the Waters of the United ...Continue Reading
On Dec. 20, negotiators in the U.S. Congress released its final fiscal year 2023 (FY23) Omnibus Appropriations package that will fund the federal government through ...Continue Reading
WEFTEC Live welcomed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Assistant Administrator for Water Radhika Fox to share her viewpoints.Continue Reading
WEF engages in appropriate and nimble advocacy on legislative and regulatory issues to improve the scientific and technical foundation for water quality laws and regulations, support the need for continued progress in controlling pollution, protect public health and the health of aquatic ecosystems, and promote sustainable management of water resources.
WEF works closely with its membership to educate Congress on clean water issues impacting their districts and states and disseminates information on Congressional activities to WEF members via meetings, webcasts, and emails. WEF also collaborates with other organizations to provide support or comment on pending legislation affecting the clean water community.
Let’s speak with a loud, united voice for water. The Water Advocates Program helps you to reach out to and connect with elected officials on important water quality issues.
WEF has developed a series of clean water position statements to guide the critical work WEF provides in clean water policy.
CWWA is a nationally registered not-for-profit corporation representing the common interests of Canada’s public sector municipal water and wastewater services and their private sector partners that support them.
As a critical part of our mission, WEF works to elevate clean water, the water profession, clean water services, and the infrastructure that supports it as essential to protecting public health, the environment, and quality of life.
The members of the WEF Government Affairs Community and its Focus Groups help to position WEF as a recognized expert voice on all water as well as provide input on environment-related policies through actions including engagement with government officials and written comments and testimony on regulatory and legislative matters.Join the Government Affairs Community
Join water professionals from across the nation to help advance key water policy priorities such as sustained growth in federal infrastructure investment, addressing water affordability, supporting water research & development and advancing sound science-based solutions, and making our critical infrastructure more resilient.Make Your Voice Heard
Connect with our community of water professionals who ensure that our local communities have access to clean water that protects public health. Explore our member benefits and find the membership type that’s right for you.
WEF is a source of high-quality technical resources featuring the latest research, news, and education. WEF's members and other credible resources have created and compiled this information into the Practice Area groupings listed in the dropdown menu.