Security & Emergency Preparedness

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The nation's publicly owned treatment works are continually working to secure their facilities and improve their preparedness for terrorist attaches, natural disasters and all other threats. NACWA works with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other water sector associations on projects that will help utilities with their security and emergency preparedness. NACWA's advocacy in this area focuses on preserving local choices for utilities and obtaining funding for any mandatory security measures.

 

2016 

11/07 Clean Water Current   Water Sector Prepares to Update Security & Resilience Roadmap  
09/12 Clean Water Current   WSCC Discusses Response Procedures for Cybersecurity Incidents  
07/05 Clean Water Current   NACWA Members Participate in Workshop on Protecting Wastewater Workers  
05/16 Clean Water Current   WSCC Meets with Government Council to Discuss Utility Security Issues  

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