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National Rural Water Association through its State Rural Water affiliates is the nation’s largest water and wastewater utility membership association with over 31,000 members.


Cybersecurity Awareness Training

In association with ISA and the Automation Federation, NRWA is offering Cybersecurity Awareness Training for Water/Wastewater Industry Professionals this November in NC!

Attending this course will help water/wastewater industry professionals, like you, understand the risks your organization faces from cybersecurity incidents and the recommended approaches to minimizing these risks.

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Technical Assistance and Training

Rural Water is the premier trainer of the water and wastewater industry.  State Rural Water Associations train over 100,000 people annually. Rural Water training and technical assistance helps communities comply with the the Safe Drinking Water Act and Clean Water Act.  Our Association believes in empowering local entities by providing the knowledge and resources they need.

 

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Support Rural Water

NRWA is a grassroots organization founded on the principle of neighbors helping each other.  Membership dues allow NRWA to provide critically-needed assistance to rural and small communities, and represent their interests in Washington, D.C.  Get involved with great people, stay on top of events that affect you, and support America’s water and wastewater professionals!  Become a member of NRWA today.

 

News:


Rural Water Prepared for Future Disasters with Emergency Response Training

Rural Water Prepared for Future Disasters with Emergency Response Training

CAIRO, Ga. – Emergency: A Rural Water team starts loading diesel generators onto a semi-trailer while others methodically work through the process of connecting generators and bypass pumps. It’s only a few weeks after hurricanes like Harvey and Irma made landfall, and 83 Rural Water experts from 23 states are in Cairo, Georgia, training for the next potential disaster. The…read more →
Carbon 101: 2 PM CDT Nov. 9

Carbon 101: 2 PM CDT Nov. 9

Carbon 101: 2 PM CDT Nov. 9  Register Now This webinar is designed to provide a basic understanding of carbon, including starting materials, processing techniques and properties. Presenters: Ralph Franco PE – Director Municipal Products - Calgon Carbon Corporation Ralph has spent the last 27 years in the water treatment industry. He has a BS in Chemical Engineering from Penn…read more →
Georgia Honors Fort Payne, Ala. for Assistance After Hurricane Irma

Georgia Honors Fort Payne, Ala. for Assistance After Hurricane Irma

CAIRO, Ga. – After Hurricane Irma left a swath of communities in Georgia without power, the Alabama city of Fort Payne sent a crew of workers and generators into their neighboring state. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources honored their efforts by presenting them coins at the emergency response training held on Oct. 11 in Cairo, Georgia. Amy Rammo-Kuhs from…read more →
Videos from the 2017 WaterPro Conference

Videos from the 2017 WaterPro Conference

2017 WaterPro Conference Opening Session 2017 WaterPro Keynote: The Risk of Industrial Cyber Attacks 2017 WaterPro Awards Ceremony 2017 WaterPro General Session: USDA Rural Utilities Services Outlook 2018 2017 Water Pro General Session: USEPA Regulatory Outlook 2018read more →
Florida Rural Water Keeps Everglades City Sewers Operating After Hurricane Irma

Florida Rural Water Keeps Everglades City Sewers Operating After Hurricane Irma

EVERGLADES CITY, Fla. – Hurricane Irma left Everglades City, Fla. devastated – there was no power, storm surges left a coat of filthy, grey mud on everything, and the city’s sewer system was dangerously close to overflowing. Emergency assistance from the Florida Rural Water Association helped keep the system working until workers could make repairs. “I asked the staff to…read more →