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2021 League of California Cities Annual Conference and Expo

SAFE Credit Union Convention Center 1400 J St, Sacramento

Visit Booth 922 to speak with Bill Coffey to learn how our NLC SLWP and water line leak programs can help address cities’ urgent need to provide homeowners with resources to cover the repair of private side aging infrastructure, including broken and leaking water and sewer service lines.

2021 Illinois Municipal League Conference

Hilton Chicago 720 S Michigan Ave, Chicago

Visit Booth 103 to speak with Mike Chambers to learn how our NLC SLWP and water line leak programs can help address cities’ urgent need to provide homeowners with resources to cover the repair of private side aging infrastructure, including broken and leaking water and sewer service lines.

2021 Missouri Municipal League Annual Conference

Union Station 1820 Market Street, St. Louis

Visit Booth 105 to speak with Emilie Zalfini to learn how our NLC SLWP and water line leak programs can help address cities’ urgent need to provide homeowners with resources to cover the repair of private side aging infrastructure, including broken and leaking water and sewer service lines.

MRWA Webinar: The Coming Infrastructure Tidal Wave: Plan or React

The Water/Wastewater industry will be addressing many issues over the next 20 years: environmental, growing population, rural vs. urban, agriculture, water shortages, financial constraints, etc. One problem that impacts all aspects of the industry is aging infrastructure. Water utilities average 240,000 water main breaks per year wasting over 2 trillion gallons per year. Residents lose another […]

2021 Utah League of Cities & Towns Annual Conference

Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City 90 South West Temple, Salt Lake City

Visit the NLC Service Line Warranty Program booth and speak with Dennis Lyon to learn how our SLWP and water leak programs can help address cities’ urgent need to provide homeowners with resources to cover the repair of private side aging infrastructure, including broken and leaking water and sewer service lines.