We’re happy to announce that we’ll be holding our 2018 Exchange Annual Meeting this spring in Washington DC! The Annual Meeting will be hosted by the DC Department of Energy & Environment, with support from DC Water. Thank you to both of these member agencies for graciously volunteering their time and energy to make this event […]
Thank you to everyone who completed our 2017 Network Survey! Seventy percent of Exchange members responded to the survey, which is a true testament to the dedication and reliability of our member base. Your thoughtful answers allowed us to assess the connectivity and impact of our network, and we’ll use this knowledge to strengthen the Exchange moving forward. Key findings: Participating […]
Read the latest articles on how Exchange member cities are innovating the GSI field: PWD seeks creative ideas for implementing stormwater management on private property MMSD serves as model ‘sponge city’ to China SFPUC releases new flood resilience strategy
Carrie Rivette Wastewater/Stormwater Maintenance Superintendent, PE; Grand Rapids Environmental Services Department, and much appreciated Exchange Member and Planning Committee Member Carrie Rivette is an exemplary Exchange member, through both the leadership she displays in the GSI field and her eagerness to continue refining her practices and pursuing new knowledge. Her program, the city of Grand Rapids Environmental Services Department, […]
This new resource aims to provide information on P3s, stormwater credit trading, environmental impact bonds, and other innovative economic instruments that may assist in the large-scale use of the GSI. It is funded by the Great Lakes Protection Fund. Visit the website View their twitter feed Start a conversation in our P3GreatLakes library folder
The Exchange network is committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. This article summarizes the U.S. Water Alliance’s findings for how water agencies around the country are confronting inequity.