Who Runs the Water that Runs America

Let's Tell Your Story

Let’s make water important! 

Every day in the U.S., millions of gallons of water are pumped from reservoirs into homes, yet few Americans understand the challenges you face driving and maintaining water utilities in their communities.

We’ve created this initiative to change that. We have launched a video, a website, social media posts and other communication tools for you to use to create awareness about your, and your colleagues’, efforts in your community.

At www.whorunsthewater.com, all Americans can learn more about the water cycle, water prices, what they can do to save water and much, much more. 

So, let’s show everyone who runs the water that runs America!

Create Your Own VideoCreate Your Video

Make a video about your water utility starring you and your colleagues!

Local efforts to communicate with community stakeholders are key. The broad messages are also important, but it is the local efforts that ultimately determine the success of an awareness campaign. This is why we are equipping you with all you need to create your own customized video that centers on you, your colleagues and your work in the community. 

  • Add your utility data to customize the video
  • Instantly generate your new video
  • Share your video on social media 

Your video will be placed on www.whorunsthewater.com for the public to explore.

Free ContentFree Content


Get free water facts and graphics to post on your utility’s Facebook wall 

Do you find it hard to get your customer’s attention on Facebook? We’ve created some fun and engaging content you can download and post directly on your utility’s Facebook or other social media. 

Show Your New Video

whorunsthewater.com is now live! 

Share this website with your community and give them the opportunity to learn more about:

  • The water test: Are you a water waster or a water saver?
  • The water lifecycle
  • Water usage and water footprint
  • Water prices across the country
  • Water infrastructure challenges
  • Water savings tips etc.  
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