A series of workshops will be held focused on wastewater problems facing small communities. Topics include Regulations and Compliance, Operator Training, Funding Mechanisms, Financial Preparedness, and Regional Case Studies. Workshops are scheduled for 4pm-7pm and dinner is included in the $25...Read More
IAWEA is now accepting renewals for its 2019-2021 Voluntary Collection Systems certification program. Grade I and II licenses require 1.0 CEU and Grades III and IV require 2.0 CEU's to renew. CEU's must be earned by March 31, 2019. If you need CEU's IAWEA has a number of training events...Read More
The 2019 Iowa Children’s Water Festival is May 9, 2019, at the Des Moines Area Community College Campus in Ankeny.
The festival is a free educational event that provides fifth-grade classes from across Iowa with the opportunity to learn about the importance of water...Read More
Over the past few months various IAWEA members, with WEF staff facilitating, met to discuss our future plans. A vision statement was adopted along with identifying our mission and values. Several specific actions were also identified to align our future plans with our core mission and values...Read More
If you’re looking for a profession where you can protect and improve the health of every person in your community, protect and improve the environment, work inside and out, be rewarded for what you know and can do, then join the next generation of Water Environmental Technology Professionals by...Read More