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Links to other training opportunities

Check out these other wastewater links for even MORE training opportunities!

List of upcoming events of interest
Other water quality associations, partners, and projects

Water quality is a growing global concern. According to WEF, polluted water and inadequate sanitation kill two children every minute worldwide. Global warming, groundwater depleting, and pollution are concerns for us all. Recycling and reusing the fresh water that we have access to is critical. CWEA offers links to key associations working towards the common goal of water quality.

Learn more about CWEA or visit these other websites for additional training information and inspiration.

  • Adopt-A-Watershed: Place-based leadership development to help communities develop educational programs focused on the local watershed, encouraging environmental stewardship and enhancing student learning

  • American Water Works Association: international scientific and educational society dedicated to the improvement of drinking water quality and supply
  • Aquaventurer: A Global Timeline and Database of Water Use, Abuse and Treatment
  • ASCE's - California Infrastructure Report Card 2012
  • ASTM International: Committee F36 on Technology and Underground Utilities
  • California Association of Sanitation Agencies
  • CA/NV AWWA: California-Nevada American Water Works Association
  • CRWA: California Rural Water Association
  • Drinking Water Kids: National Drinking Water Clearinghouse interactive games, ideas for classroom activities, and many other projects for teachers, parents, and kids.
  • EPA: Environmental Protection Agency
  • HWEA: Hawaii Water Environment Association
  • Irrigation Association: representing professionals who strive for efficient irrigation
  • IWPCA: Indiana Water Pollution Control Association
  • NSFC: National Small Flows Clearinghouse: Pipeline Newsletter & Small Flows Quarterly (free to US residents)
  • PNCWA: Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association
  • Sewer Science: A hands-on lab that teaches middle and high school students about municipal wastewater treatment using specially designed tanks, analytical equipment, and a student workbook
  • SWRCB: State Water Resources Control Board
  • Tri-State: Tri-State Seminar on the River
  • Tri-TAC: A Technical Advisory Committee formed from CWEA, the League of California Cities, and the California Association of Sanitation Agencies
  • VWEA: Virginia Water Environment Association
  • WEF: The Water Environment Federation website
  • Water for People: A nonprofit established to help impoverished people worldwide improve their quality of life by supporting locally sustainable drinking water, sanitation and hygiene education programs
  • Water is Life and Infrastructure Makes it Happen (TM): tools for promotion of infrastructure needs.
  • Water Technology: "The website for the water industry"
  • WaterWatch: US Geological Survey's near-real time pictures of water conditions and information site
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