Please join us for an informal breakfast meeting on February 27th. We look forward to networking with legislators and providing them with critical information on the water quality professions in Maine. We endeavor to work together in providing Maine’s citizens with safe and clean water in order to protect public health and the environment. None of this is possible without sustainable infrastructure, sound management, skilled operators, and financially viable programs. As water quality professionals, your participation is essential to ensuring clean water in Maine and we look forward to the opportunity to share our experiences, listen to questions and concerns, and work with legislators to get them the information that they need to make the best decisions for the State of Maine and our professions.
Visit www.mewea.org/events/legislative-breakfast for more information and to register.
New Hampshire’s economy, jobs, and quality of life are all dependent on water. We cannot live without water and need to ensure that this valuable resource is affordable and available in all our communities throughout New Hampshire. During the Legislative Breakfast water quality professionals will present information on the state of New Hampshire’s water.
Visit www.nhwpca.org/legislative-affairs-breakfast for more information and to register.
Join the Young Professional’s Committee for a POO & BREW Networking Event on March 6th in CT.
Poo – A tour of the Heritage Village WWTF will be offered to attendees. View Flyer >>
Brew – Join us for a networking event with fellow water quality professionals at the Black Hog Brewing Company. A tour of a Brewery, food & drinks will be available. Friends and significant others are welcome at the brewery. A valid ID 21+ is required for entry to the brewery.
The Networking event is held is open to water quality professionals. Feel free to mention this to anyone involved in the industry. Registration is required regardless of attending tour, brewery or both.
Sponsored by NEWEA’s Young Professionals Committee, Edward N. Nazaretian memorial scholarship fund, Connecticut Water and GA Fleet.
Not only is clean water a priority for public health and the environment, it is an economic necessity for Rhode Island. Come hear from federal, state and local leaders about current and future water issues impacting the Ocean State and its residents and businesses. Aging infrastructure, stormwater, nutrient pollution, climate change and how to pay the costs of addressing our water issues are just some of the topics of discussion.
Please RSVP to Janine Burke-Wells.
The CAWPCA and CWPAA would like to formally invite you to attend a Clean Water Reception to educate our Public Officials on the importance of Clean Water and solicit their continued support of Clean Water Funds and productive water and wastewater legislation.
RSVP to email@example.com.