Make Your Community a Leader in Water Efficiency
The AWE Network Helps Your Community:
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Achieve your conservation goals – From state-of-the-art tools to build better programs to virtual staff support along the way, AWE resources ensure conservation success.
- Use our Water Conservation Tracking Tool to assess your programs.
- Access social media and communication tools.
- Customize AWE's educational videos, and the Home Water Works calculator.
- Build efficiency-oriented rates with our rate model and handbook.
Get personalized, one-on-one technical assistance from staff.
- Consult the experts on AWE's program staff as you plan and implement your water efficiency initiatives.
Participate in public policy advocacy – Know the regulatory changes that affect your utility and customers, and shape your industry through collaborative advocacy efforts.
- Know what’s around the corner: receive updates on key policy initiatives that affect your utility and customers via AWE’s newsletter, and Legislative Watch page.
- Join hundreds of organizations advocating for the WaterSense program.
- Support our efforts to provide tax exemption to water conservation rebates.
- Gain assistance to exert influence where it matters: ask AWE to provide support letters, help develop legislation, or engage with decision-makers.
Develop organizational talent – Keep employees one step ahead through AWE’s high-quality education, comprehensive online resources, and networking opportunities
- Learn from the newest case studies featuring water efficiency practices in other cities so you can replicate them in yours.
- Discuss challenges, ideas, and successes with peers through our Education and Outreach Committee.
- Leverage our resource library with member only content to build out viable conservation strategies.
- Learn the latest on trends, technologies and best practices that you can bring back to your job through webinars, trainings and publications.
Collaborate to develop critical research – Design, plan, and participate in groundbreaking research on issues you need information on.
- Participate in joint research on crucial efficiency topics such as such as outdoor water use, the water-energy nexus, water loss, and drought.
- Develop partnerships with leading technology organizations through our Water Efficiency Research Committee.
Gain recognition for your leadership – Share your successes and promote your accomplishments amongst the leading network of pioneers, influencers, and thinkers in water efficiency.
- Gain national recognition for your conservation program through our G480 Leaderboard.
- Participate in advisory committees to influence AWE’s education efforts, research and advocacy.
- Highlight your successes and leadership through AWE’s Exemplary Program webinar series, AWE newsletters and other channels that reach the water community.
Conservation Coordinator, Round Rock, TX
Public agencies; municipalities; and investor-owned or privately-owned entities that provide water to individuals and communities. If your agency, municipality, or utility is a retail and wholesale provider of water, or a retail and wastewater agency, annual dues will be calculated using both the number of retail water connections and the amount of wholesale water sold or water treated
Retail Water Provider
|Retail Water Connections||Dues|
|1.575¢ (or $.01575) per connection, with a floor (min) of $525 and max cap of $25,000||$525 - $25,000|
Wholesale Water Provider
|Wholesale Water Sold||Dues|
|Less than 20 MGD||$525|
|20 MGD - 1 BGD||$26.25 per MGD|
|Greater than 1 BGD||$25,000|
Public agencies; municipalities; and investor-owned or privately-owned entities that process and treat wastewater. Note: This is only for stand-alone wastewater agencies.
|Wastewater Processed & Treated||Dues|
|Less than 50 MGD||$525|
|50 MGD - 1 BGD||$10.50 per MGD|
|Greater than 1 BGD||$10,500|
*Dues will not decrease but remain at the previous year's level until exceeded, based on the annual dues calculation.