GMWEA is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to promoting awareness of water quality management issues and the vital role of working water in the daily lives of Vermonters.
Since 1993, we have provided technical education and support to the water, wastewater, and stormwater professionals who work to preserve Vermont’s natural environment and protect the public health.
We also present public awareness events such as Water Quality Day; educational programs that include facility tours and free water-testing kits for schools; youth scholarships and recreational activities; policy advisories to the Vermont Legislature and state agencies; conferences and trade shows; and social networking events those working in water quality fields.
Our 400 individual members are primarily facility operators, water scientists and engineers, and municipal public works staff; our 50 corporate members are firms that provide water-quality related equipment and services, as well as nonprofit organizations committed to protecting and preserving Vermont’s natural waters.
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To learn more about GMWEA’s programs, services, and events, visit our website at www.gmwea.org.