Utility leaders across the country are embracing the opportunity to develop a more diverse workforce that is representative of the communities they serve. The benefits of a more diverse workforce are can be realized by both and smaller utilities alike. Please join EPA and our partners to learn about the benefits two utilities are seeing every day as a result of their commitment to diversity in the workforce.
Jennifer Zuchowski from Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) in St. Paul, Minnesota will describe various diversity programs underway to train and hire women electricians. Howard Carter and Stacy Thompson from the Saco Maine Wastewater Treatment Plant in Saco, Maine will describe how focusing on employee development has enabled their organization to attract and retain a diverse workforce.
Attendance is free! Register to attend.
Join us for a one-day Specialty Collection Systems Conference & Exhibit on Thursday, September 10th. This popular event will be held at the Boxboro Regency Hotel in Boxborough, Massachusetts.
This one-day specialty conference will benefit collection systems operators, managers, engineers, and members of the regulatory community.
The Northeast Residuals & Biosolids Conference & Exhibit will be held October 19-20, 2020 at the Wentworth By The Sea in New Castle, NH this year.
NEWEA’s Watershed Management, Stormwater and Sustainability Committees have joined together to create the ReACT! Resilient Infrastructure in Action Specialty Conference & Exhibit. Join us in November 19-20, 2020 at the AC Hotel in Worcester, Massachusetts for this two-day event.