BACWA Collaboratives

BACWA provides funding for collaborative partnerships and projects that help members fulfill regulatory requirements and conserve resources while also benefiting the San Francisco Bay and its residents. Below are links to entities that are supported by BACWA.

 

 

Every two years, the San Francisco Estuary Partnership brings a focus on the management and ecological health of the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary.  The State of the Estuary Conference showcases the latest information about the estuary’s changing watersheds, impacts from major stressors, recovery programs for species and habitats, and emerging challenges. The State of the Estuary Conference highlights the latest science from the Regional Monitoring Program, to which all SF Bay dischargers contribute as required by their NPDES permits.

The Federal Water Quality Coalition is a group of industrial companies, municipalities, agricultural parties and trade associations. The Coalition’s members are directly affected by, or have members that are directly affected by, regulatory requirements imposed under the Clean Water Act. The Coalition participates in federal and regional water quality rulemakings, initiatives and guidance development, through negotiation, written comments and litigation. The Coalition’s goal is to ensure that water quality programs are focused, flexible and founded on sound science.

To get BACWA’s password for the Federal Water Quality Coalition members only material posted on their website, contact info@bacwa.org.

ReNUWIt  is an interdisciplinary, multi-institution research center whose goal is to change the ways in which we manage urban water. Their research informs the development of sustainable urban water infrastructure, enabled by technological advances in natural and engineered systems, and informed by a deeper understanding of institutional frameworks. Members of their academic collaborative are based at Stanford and UC Berkeley.

The California Product Stewardship Council (CPSC) is a network of local governments, non-government organizations, businesses, and individuals supporting policies and projects where producers share in the responsibility for managing problem products at end of life. BACWA supports the CPSC through BAPPG, due to its important role in advocating for pollution prevention in California.