The Collection Systems Committee has assembled a great lineup of speakers and vendors for the benefit of forward-thinking utility systems.
This seminar is designed to get operators, vendors and engineers in the same room to discuss the technical opportunities available for operating and maintaining collection systems.
With such a vast range of experiences in one room, collection system personnel will have the opportunity to discuss solutions to issues they may have as well as sharing their successes.
0.5 Technical WW CECs
MDEQ Course Code: 1646
Join MWEA for a daytrip to Chicago to see the exhibits at WEFTEC. There will be 2 buses. Bus #1 will leave from Flint then go to Lansing then to Chicago. Bus #2 will start in Grand Rapids, then go to Kalamazoo then on to Chicago. You will receive .2 "other" WW and Drinking Water Credits for attending this trip.
The Industrial Pretreatment Program Committee has sponsored fall seminars for many years to update information on key IPP issues. These specialized seminars focus on current issues and require significant knowledge of the underlying regulations and concepts.
This seminar is intended to be more practical with basic IPP training by experienced professionals in the field. The topics covered range from basic regulatory concepts to interacting with significant industrial users and implementation of successful strategies.
This year's IPP Seminar provides a diverse agenda with great information and updates. Register today!
0.5 Managerial WW CECs
Up to 5 PDHs
MDEQ Course Code: 1060
what's happening at the michigan water environment association
Michigan Night at WEFTEC
Free event for WEFTEC attendees
Sponsorship opportunities available
Call for abstracts
January 21-22, 2016
Bavarian Inn Lodge, Frankenmuth
Submission deadline: August 21
Submittal form and more information
2016 MWEA Annual Conference
June 19-22, 2016
Boyne Mountain Resort, Boyne Falls
Submission deadline: October 16
Submit an abstract
Gary & Linda De Kock are taking to the waters by kayak once again to raise money to benefit Water for People.
Grand River voyage to raise funds for Water for People
Starting from Grand Lake near Liberty, MI, in the headwaters of the Grand River, the voyage will end on Lake Michigan in Chicago, IL.
Supporters will again be able to log into a dedicated webpage to see a detailed “breadcrumb trail” of the voyage.
Support their efforts here