Canadian Water and Wastewater Association ,
Robert Haller is the executive director of the Canadian Water and Wastewater Association, a role he took on after almost 20 years as a senior municipal administrator – most of those years serving as a CAO for small and medium-sized communities. He claims to be a geographer first, with a BA from Carleton University, followed by a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Western Ontario.
Robert leads the CWWA as THE national voice for municipal water and wastewater and promotes collaboration between all the water organizations across Canada. Robert represents the municipal water sector to the federal government on issues such as infrastructure funding, flood risk, security, drinking water guidelines and more. He works closely with all the water associations in North America on education, communications and utility leadership and represents Canada to the International Water Association.