April 15, 2021

2021 Drinking Water Infrastructure Needs Survey and Assessment: How More Accurate Water Utility Reporting Could Increase Federal Funds

Every four years, the EPA conducts the Drinking Water Infrastructure Needs Survey. The goal of this survey is to estimate the projected 20-year financial need of water systems throughout the country. The responses of systems in New Jersey will help to determine how much funding our state receives for drinking water infrastructure improvements. In New Jersey, the NJDEP administers the survey.


January 28, 2021

Conference Highlights: Racial Equity, Collaboration, and Resilience as Themes

The sixth annual Jersey Water Works Conference brought together a record-breaking 355 stakeholders and 29 speakers over 11 sessions to share the latest ideas on water funding, CSOs, transparency and data, water workforce, water equity and resilience, and more. This is the first blog post of two recapping the December 9-11 event.



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