September 14, 2021
Kando joins NACWA, supporting advanced clean water development in the US
Kando is delighted to announce its membership of the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), the US’ leading legislative, regulatory, and technical advocacy association supporting public wastewater and stormwater agencies nationwide.
Over the last 50 years, NACWA has supported member agencies to achieve their goals across a full spectrum of clean water issues, providing technical resources to enable advanced water management, sustainability, and ecosystem protection programs of every scale.
The Association’s diverse network of leading wastewater entities from around the world – of which Kando is now an active member – strengthens the advocacy voice for all member utilities, ensuring they have the tools necessary to provide affordable and sustainable clean water for all.
Kando’s membership sees the Israeli firm add its voice to the NACWA’s already impressive group of corporate affiliates, united to support utilities with targeted assistance and enabling them to achieve their goals both for today and the future.
As world-leaders in wastewater data collection, analysis, and application, Kando’s experience and technical expertise will provide a valuable resource for NACWA utilities as they work to reduce water contamination and implement successful water accessibility and sustainability practices.
Adam Krantz, NACWA CEO, notes that, “NACWA is thrilled to add Kando to its growing list of members. As a thought leader in providing smart solutions to public utilities globally, Kando is helping bring about ‘the utility of the future’ concept into a present reality. We look forward to working with Kando and moving the water sector forward through this valuable partnership.”
Kando’s CEO, Ari Goldfarb, added: “This announcement marks the beginning of a mutually supportive relationship that will have a positive impact on water availability, affordability, and sustainability right across the US. There’s a great deal of work to be done to secure our shared water future, but together with our new colleagues at the NACWA, we know we can make a real difference, ensuring that everyone has access to the clean water they need for generations to come.”