ASDWA’s 2020 Year in Review

ASDWA released their 2020 Year in Review detailing the organization’s major accomplishments this past year.

2020 was a certainly a year of unexpected change. In fact, this month marks a full year of ASDWA staff conducting our work remotely. However, despite the very unique challenges brought on by a global pandemic, it was also a year of transformation for both ASDWA and our members.

The major accomplishments highlighted in the report include:

  • COVID response, including experiences fostering member engagement while working remote.
  • Advancing perspectives on the Lead and Copper Rule Revisions through extensive comments and discussion with EPA.
  • Supporting state efforts to assess and address PFAS in drinking water.
  • Strengthening collaboration with Federal, Congressional, and industry partners.
  • Introducing ASDWA’s new logo and office spaces, reflective of our modern approaches to supporting our members and advancing our mission.


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On behalf of our staff and the Board, I thank you all for your hard work, your engagement, and your continued trust in us to deliver the information and support you need. – J. Alan Roberson, Executive Director, ASDWA