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Message from the Section Chair, Kim Kunihiro

The Florida Section of the American Water Works Association is dedicated to ensuring Florida's present and future generations a sufficient supply of high quality drinking water by providing critical information and opportunities to over 2,200 members. Our mission is to provide training and educational opportunities that meet the needs of our membership. We offer comprehensive technical training and continuing education programs, effective legislative and regulatory policy development, high quality member services and networking opportunities related to the water industry. Please use our website as your resource for training, technology and information. Info on the mentoring program - click here

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Cabinet approves FPL’s plan to pump aquifer water into Turkey Point cooling canals
From the Miami Herald: Gov Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet approved Florida Power & Light’s request to make modifications to its Turkey Point nuclear plant that the utility said will reduce its role... Read more

Miami-Dade turns to nature to combat sea-level rise
From the Miami Herald: Miami-Dade County, long criticized for being too slow to take on climate change, is teaming up with the Nature Conservancy and global engineering firm CH2M to look at the region’s natural...Read more 

Beach Replenishment May Have ‘Far Reaching’ Impacts on Ecosystems
From UC San Diego: UC San Diego biologists who examined the biological impact of replenishing eroded beaches with offshore sand found that such beach replenishment efforts could have long-term negative impacts on coastal ecosystems. Read more  

Palm Beach County climate change chief outlines first year in role
From SunSentinel: Climate change is about more than being green, Natalie Schneider, Palm Beach County‘s climate change and sustainability coordinator, said Tuesday.  Read more
           

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WATER MEANS EVERYTHING!
For our future generations, we need to conserve today! Be a steward of our water community. Educate, empower, inform and enlighten. Click here to watch a video.

 

 

 

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