Industry Links

Industry Links:

Valuable links we feel may be of interest to our customers.

Barnstable County Department of Health  –  The Department manages a number of environmental, public health, and homeland security grants that are funded through state and  federal resources.

Cape Cod Commission   –  The Cape Cod Commission (CCC) is the regional land use planning, economic development, and regulatory agency created in 1990 to serve the citizens and 15 towns of Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Cape Cod Water Protection Collaborative – The Cape Cod Water Protection Collaborative exists to offer a coordinated approach to enhance the water and wastewater management efforts of towns, the Regional Government and the broader community.

Central States Water Environment Association  –  To provide a Water Environment Federation (WEF) organization (Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin) offering multiple opportunities for the exchange of water quality knowledge and experiences among its members and the public and to foster a greater awareness of water quality achievements and challenges.

Chesapeake Water Environment Association  –  The WWOA (Water and Waste Operators Association of Maryland, Delaware and District of Columbia) and the CWEA (Chesapeake Water Environment Association) represent water, wastewater and biosolids professionals in the Chesapeake Bay region. Please consult our respective pages for membership information, lists of officers and committee chairs and general contact information.

Lagoon Systems in Maine  –  The mission of the Maine Lagoon Systems website is to promote clean water resources through the enhanced communication of wastewater lagoon system operators in the state of Maine and beyond. We will do this by providing an online presence in which operators of lagoon systems can network with each other on various issues of wastewater treatment relative to today’s demand of a clean water environment.

Massachusetts Alternative Septic System Test Center  –  The Buzzards Bay National Estuary Program has established this subdomain website to consolidate information, data, and assessments undertaken by the Buzzards Bay NEP and others to help inform and guide local managers and the public about potential impacts from storms, shifting shorelines, rising sea level, and potential changes in climate and adaptation strategies.

 New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA)  –  The New England Water Environment Association is a dynamic organization of over 2100 highly qualified and motivated Water and Wastewater Professionals from throughout New England, who volunteer their time, energy and expertise in order to preserve, protect and manage one of our most precious resources here in New England, our water environment.

New Jersey Water Environment Association  –  This is the official home of the New Jersey Water Environment Association: THE SOURCE for Professional Development Training in the Wastewater and Water Industries!!

New York Water Environment Association  –  NYWEA will serve the best interest of the public by promoting sustainable clean water quality management through science, education and training.

The National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association – NOWRA is the largest organization within the U.S. dedicated to educating and representing members within the onsite and decentralized industry. Our members include educators, regulators, engineers, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, and other parties dedicated to protecting water resources and the environment.

North Carolina Water Environment Association  –  The NC AWWA-WEA is dedicated to providing water and wastewater education, training, and service in an effort to protect public health and the environment.

Ohio Water Environment Association  –  The Ohio Water Environment Association is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) association that provides technical education and training for Ohio water quality professionals who clean water and return it safely to the environment.

Pennsylvania Water Environment Association  –  The PWEA is a PA DEP accredited training provider and as such offers training programs to members and non-members who find it necessary to maintain a water or wastewater license.

New Jersey Pinelands Alternative Onsite Sewage Systems  –  The Pinelands National Reserve (PNR) was created by Congress under the National Parks and Recreation Act of 1978. The PNR is the first National Reserve in the nation. The PNR encompasses approximately 1.1 million acres covering portions of seven counties and all or parts of 56 municipalities.

Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association  –  RMWEA was founded in 1936 as the Rocky Mountain Sewage Works Association, and since that time has provided its members with the most current information on water quality issues, technology, regulatory changes, and the latest research developments.

Water Environment Association of South Carolina  –  In South Carolina there is a community of professionals who protect our state’s water environment so that this most precious resource can be preserved for generations to come. We are water distribution, collection and treatment professionals, engineers, regulators, and product suppliers.

Water Environment Federation (WEF)  –  Founded in 1928, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization of 36,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations representing water quality professionals around the world.

Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF)  –  The Water Environment Research Foundation, formed in 1989, is America’s leading independent scientific research organization dedicated to wastewater and stormwater issues

 West Virginia Water Environment Association  –  The major function of the Association is to assist and educate our membership in matters related to the wastewater industry by sponsoring classes throughout the state and by helping our members in all areas of the operations of their facilities.

Waquoit Bay Reserve  –  Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (WBNERR) is a living laboratory and regional resource at one of the northeast’s most studied estuaries.