Our Winter Newsletter is now available! In this issue:
GMWEA and the North East Biosolids & Residuals Association (NEBRA) are partnering to collect data from Vermont wastewater treatment facilities about current sludge management issues. This survey is anonymous unless you wish to provide your contact information. Your participation in this survey is greatly appreciated, and answers collected for the purpose of tracking and reporting the environmental, economic, and social considerations of biosolids/sludge management in Vermont. If you have questions about this survey, please contact Janine Burke-Wells at NEBRA (email@example.com).
Winter AND Spring Sessions Available!
This 8-week course (48 TCH) will prepare attendees to take the Grades 1, 2, or 3 Domestic Wastewater certification exams, and is a great primer for those taking higher grade exams. Attendees will learn the concepts of wastewater treatment from collection system to final disposal of effluents and solids.
The course will be taught by Elijah Lemieux, Wayne Graham, and Paula Jackson from the Vermont Rural Water Association, along with guest presenters to provide expertise on specific topics.
We’re the people that design, construct, and maintain the infrastructure necessary to keep the taps running, toilets flushing, and stormwater runoff pollutant free. Our members help keep Vermont's surface and ground waters clean, safe, and beautiful to serve our water use needs, recreation, and precious ecosystems.
Founded in 1994, GMWEA is a nonprofit membership organization that supports Vermont's drinking water, wastewater, and storm water sector -- serving water quality professionals, preserving the environment, and protecting public health through technical trainings, public education, and policy advisories. New individual and corporate members always welcome!
We present conferences, technical trainings, trade shows, publications, online forums, school programs, industry social activities, and public awareness programs that:
GMWEA serves as the voice and the face of the water quality sector in Vermont.
Explore this site to learn about member services, publications, upcoming events, and policy advisories.
We welcome your calls or e-mails about any aspect of GMWEA!
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Member & Volunteer Coordinator
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Events & Marketing Manager
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GMWEA, c/o NEWWA
125 Hopping Brook Road
Holliston, MA 01746