Joint Meeting of the Missouri Section of the American Water Works Association and the Missouri Water Environment Association March 30-April 2, 2014 Tan-Tar-A, Osage Beach, Missouri
Submissions are welcomed on any subject pertinent to water environment or drinking water issues.
How are Missouri’s water systems addressing sustainability issues?
The Missouri AWWA Sustainability Initiatives Coordinating Committee is collecting information regarding water systems’ actions regarding sustainability issues, and we would appreciate input from any and all water systems. The brief, ten-question survey is online at www.surveymonkey.com/s/6DNDTTG
We plan to report preliminary findings at the March conference, as well as collect additional survey responses. The data will eventually be compiled and presented in a future issue of the section newsletter and summarized in an email to our membership.
Thank You for Attending the 2013 Joint MO-AWWA/MWEA Annual Conference
The Missouri Section is looking for copies of the Missouri Section Roster dated prior to 1987. If you have a copy that you are willing to donate to the section, please send an e-mail to Gailla Rogers, Administrative Manager
The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is a recognized and well respected, research-driven drinking water authority. The association was founded in 1881 to perpetuate knowledge of safe drinking water practices and ongoing technology. The Missouri Section -AWWA formed in 1946 as a contributing partner for the state of Missouri to the national AWWA's mission. The Missouri Section - AWWA is just one of over 43 comparable sections throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico.
The Missouri Section of the American Water Works Association promotes the concept of clean, reliable drinking water for the state of Missouri. Through its efforts, the Section advocates the advancement of knowledge, technology and application in the science of water treatment. Through its meetings, the Section acts as a forum for open discussion of industry practices to render the best possible service the the public. The Section takes an active role in working with regulatory and legislative bodies to advocate public policy consistent with achieving these goals. Representing more than 67 utilities, 16 organization members and 826 individual members, the Missouri-Section AWWA is committed to serving the consuming public and assisting water purveyors across the state of Missouri. The Missouri Section - AWWA Bylaws are available online.
Opportunities for participation in the Missouri Section abound - through committee membership, presentations, recruitment or simple interaction with fellow water industry professionals in an educational and social environment.
For information on membership opportunities, contact the Membership Committee Chairperson.
Thank you for your interest in the Missouri Section of the American Water Works Association.
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Missouri Section AWWA
2717 SW Monarch Drive
Lees Summit, MO 64082