Over 950 water utilities in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia, and northern Asia, as well as consulting and manufacturing companies, are Water Research Foundation subscribers. Our subscribers are committed to advancing the science of water – pooling their resources to fund critical scientific research.

How to Subscribe
Financial support from subscribers provides the Water Research Foundation with the necessary resources to address a comprehensive research agenda. Subscriber fees are based on the amount of water it delivers (utilities) or water-related billings (consultants and manufacturers). A subscription costs just pennies per customer and can result in a 20 to 1 return on investment.

Use the appropriate subscription worksheet below to determine your organization’s annual subscription rate.

Subscription Worksheets

2016ConsultantSubscriptionWorksheet.pdf2016 Consultant Subscription Worksheet
2016ManufacturerSubscriptionWorksheet.pdf2016 Manufacturer Subscription Worksheet
2016UtilitySubscriptionWorksheetCanada.pdf2016 Utility Subscription Worksheet Canada
2016UtilitySubscriptionWorksheetUSandInternational.pdf2016 Utility Subscription Worksheet US and International
2017ConsultantSubscriptionWorksheet.pdf2017 Consultant Subscription Worksheet
2017ManufacturerSubscriptionWorksheet.pdf2017 Manufacturer Subscription Worksheet
2017UtilitySubscriptionWorksheet.pdf2017 Utility Subscription Worksheet
Submit your completed subscription worksheet with your payment to join or renew today. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact ​Patricia Schrader, Subscriber Services, pschrader@waterrf.org or 303.347.6128.

“The framework the Foundation’s research provided opened up new opportunities for energy costs savings. Savings on one project alone more than paid for our annual investment to the Foundation.”
Laura Jacobsen, PE
Planning Manager
Las Vegas Valley Water District

“Our subscription is a must have. The Foundation gives us access to research we could never fund alone. It’s also given us a way to broaden our knowledge, and to get exposure to different fields and areas in the water supply community.”
Erik Kiefer
North Shore Water Commission