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PWEA Mission Statement
Enhance the knowledge and abilities of Pennsylvania's wastewater professionals, promote sound water policies, and promote public awareness of the need to protect water quality.
Value of Membership
The PWEA membership is comprised of approximately 2,000 professionals involved with water quality in Pennsylvania. The PWEA is a Member Association of the Water Environment Federation, which is a not-for-profit association that provides technical education and training for thousands of water quality professionals. PWEA and WEF members have proudly protected public health, served their local communities, and supported clean water since 1928.
Keystone Water Quality Manager
A nationally recognized quarterly technical publication containing legislative updates, design/process operations articles, problem-solving case histories, and advance notice of continuing education. This valuable magazine also highlights current technology trends and issues affecting water quality. More information...
Monthly email communication designed to provide time-sensitive information or information received after the deadline for inclusion in the Keystone Water Quality Manager.
State-of-the-art technical training programs in the form of workshops, technical conferences, reference library, and technical publications designed to address continuing education requirements for all water quality professionals. More information...
Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition
Largest technical conference and exposition devoted primarily to wastewater professionals in Pennsylvania. This conference attracts water quality professionals from all areas of the country. Attend technical sessions and exhibits featuring representatives of various service industries as well as equipment manufacturers and suppliers from all over the United States. The Conference provides an opportunity to earn valuable Continuing Education credit.
PWEA Job Bank
Monthly email communication designed to highlight career opportunities within the state. Employers seeking qualified water quality professionals or members interested in changing employers use this forum for confidential exchange of information.
Meet, network, and share experiences, problems, and solutions with other water quality professionals facing similar day-to-day operating and management challenges.
Access to Regulatory Information and Officials
Obtain information about pending regulatory changes and participate in the legislative process. Meet and discuss your concerns with regulatory officials in non-adversarial settings.
Expand and enhance your expertise and talents to become a better educated, better trained water quality professional, which will make you more valuable to an employer.
Leadership Skills Enhancement
Active participation on PWEA Committees can lead to important leadership positions within the PWEA and increase your professional standing.