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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:
Provide continuing education opportunities for water, wastewater, and stormwater facility operators to improve their knowledge and skills.
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.
GMWEA’s Latest Video is Live! Joanna Bisceglio (GMWEA Board and Weston & Sampson) and Rob Woodman (Ferguson Waterworks) team up in an interview series highlighting the water industry.
This episode of “Vermont’s Water Resource Pros” series proudly features GMWEA Vice President Christine Dougherty of Williston with a clip themed: “What Does a Quality Job in Water Quality Look Like?” Click here to view the video on GMWEA's YouTube Channel.