The online RCAP Resources Library has a variety of resources that are useful to small, rural drinking water and wastewater systems.

Video Resources

The Basics of Financial Management for Small-community Utilities: A Webcast on Financial Management (Part 1)

A recorded webcast that is a companion to RCAP’s The Basics of Financial Management for Small-community Utilities. The printed guide, the main piece in the family of resources on financial management, is a how-to guide that provides an overview of financial…


2012 NRDC report reveals 29 states unprepared for growing water threats to economy, health

First-of-its-kind state-by-state analysis examines climate-preparedness levels in all states, revealing nation’s best and worst General Overview: Steve Fleischli, Director, NRDC Water & Climate Program WASHINGTON – Only nine states have taken comprehensive steps to address their vulnerabilities to the water-related…


Formulate Great Rates: A Webcast on Setting Rates in Small-Community Utilities (Part 2)

A recorded webcast that is a companion to RCAP’s Formulate Great Rates: The Guide to Conducting a Rate Study for a Water System. The printed guide, the main piece in the family of resources on setting rates in small-community water…


Formulate Great Rates: A Webcast on Setting Rates in Small-Community Utilities (Part 1)

A recorded webcast that is a companion to RCAP’s Formulate Great Rates: The Guide to Conducting a Rate Study for a Water System. The printed guide, the main piece in the family of resources on setting rates in small-community water…


Only Tap Water Delivers

A grassroots campaign to communicate the value of tap water service by the American Water Works Association


What Does It Take to Be an Operator?

Operators at drinking water and wastewater treatment plants provide one of the most valuable services to Americans. Operators work in vital jobs that we can't do without. They keep us supplied with a necessity of life 24 hours a day,…


Supplying Community Water

Ordinary citizens and residents of a small, rural communities sometimes find themselves on the council or board that oversees the community's drinking water or wastewater system and don't know what the role involves. There are responsibilities in the areas of…


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