Welcome to the NAWC AMS
Welcome to the NAWC Association Management System (AMS). With the AMS, you can edit your contact information, search the database for contacts, pay your Associate member dues, keep track of your committees and chapters, register for NAWC events, plus much more. For questions on how you can make the most of the new NAWC AMS, please contact Carlos Villanueva at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-349-7300.
Click link below for the user guide to the new AMS member portal.
Member Portal User Guide
Save the Date
2016 NAWC Water Summit
October 2-4, 2016
Hilton San Diego Bayfront
San Diego, California
NAWC Mission and History
We are dedicated to helping close the information gap by serving as a credible resource for anyone seeking information about the water issues facing our nation today and in the foreseeable future, and the powerful and practical solutions that are available by way of the private water sector. Together with our members, we engage with others looking for new solutions to water-related challenges, including aging water infrastructure, limited water supply, and budget deficits that are preventing much-needed investment in the people, technology and facilities required to help ensure reliable water and wastewater services across the country. Through our state and regional chapters we work closely with legislators at every level of government and support public policies that increase public and private investment in water infrastructure. Private water companies have been providing quality service and making a difference for centuries, and not just in the United States; water companies safeguard public health and promote environmental stewardship in more than 40 countries.
Founded in 1895 by a handful of small water companies in Pennsylvania, the NAWC today is headquartered in Washington, DC, and has members located throughout the nation and ranging in size from large companies owning, operating or partnering with hundreds of utilities in multiple states to individual utilities serving a few hundred customers. And while it's easy to believe our members sell water as a commodity, what they actually provide are the services required to help ensure safe and reliable water treatment and delivery.