Who is Pennsylvania Water Environment Association?

Since its beginning, the Pennsylvania Water Environment Association has worked hard to accomplish its goal to be the leading organization in Pennsylvania to actively advance the education and information for the preservation, protection and improvement of water resources.

The Pennsylvania Water Environment Association (PWEA) was started in 1926 and became affiliated with the Water Environment Federation in 1928. The Association is a not-for-profit, 501(c)3 organization.  The PWEA is a PaDEP accredited training and exam provider offering continuing education opportunities to members and non-members who find it necessary to maintain a drinking water or wastewater license or Engineers looking to earn Professional Development Hours for maintaining their PE license.  PWEA’s membership of water quality professionals includes operators, facility operations/maintenance personnel, facility supervisors/managers, laboratory personnel, engineers, municipal administration/officials, government regulators, manufacturers, students and academia. The Association publishes the Keystone Water Quality Manager, a quarterly technical publication containing process operations and design articles, problem-solving case histories, legislative updates and advance notice of continuing education opportunities.