“The Utility Worker” magazine’s January/February/March issue is now in the mail and available online.
Winter of Our Disrepair
The decrepit state of our physical infrastructure was on full display for the world to see this winter as large numbers of American citizens experienced conditions associated with third-world countries — no electricity, no heat, and no water. Read More
‘One Day Longer, One Day Stronger!’
FirstEnergy continues lockout despite massive winter storms
Company makes a serious miscalculation when it launched unjustified attacks on UWUA members as union commits to standing with workers for as long as it takes to win justice. Read More
Keeping the Lights On, the Furnaces Stoked and the Water Flowing!
Severe winter a showcase for Utility Workers
This winter is proof that UWUA members are the best trained, highest skilled, safest and most productive workers in every facet of our utility industries. Read More
West Virginia Toxic Spill Puts American Water on the Hot Seat!
Did Company’s failure to perform maintenance compound the problem?
Union urges investigators to consider how best to address any deficiencies they find in American Water’s physical and human infrastructure. Read More
Sierra Club Adopts Union Position on “Stranded Workers and Communities”
Protecting good jobs is key to a clean energy future
Environmentalist’s report states: “Surely we can take care of the workers and communities in Appalachia and elsewhere who have powered our country for the past century.” Read More
- Jan/Feb/Mar 2016
- Jan/Feb/March 2017
- July/Aug/Sept 2016
- Local Spotlight
- Member to Member Campaign
- Oct/Nov/Dec 2016
- Photo Gallery
- Political Action
- Press Releases 2016
- Renewable Energy
- UWUA Convention 2015
- UWUA E-News 2016
- UWUA E-News 2017
- UWUA Training Trust Funds
- Veterans Affairs and Information
- West Virginia Right to Work