WVRWA 2017 Training Calendar

WVRWA 2017 Training Calendar

To view or download the 2017 Drinking Water & Wastewater Training Coalition Calendar Click Below

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Water University Webinars

Water University Webinars

Water University certification programs are designed to recognize the professional educational achievements of individuals and to market their achievements and skills to increase the value of today's water professionals. Click here to lean more.

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Ford Fleet Pricing

Ford Fleet Pricing

Who is eligible? Rural and municipal water and wastewater systems of any size who are members of their State Rural Water Association. Rural Water Associate Members who purchase and register or lease 5 or more new vehicles during the current or preceding calendar year, current or preceding model year or preceding twelve month period or currently operate a fleet of 15 vehicles or more.

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Equipment Loan Available

Equipment Loan Available

Take advantage of this easy loan for equipment purchases, predevelopment cost and small construction projects. If you are eligible for a Rural Development loan, then you may access this quick loan process with up to a 10 year term and as low as 3% interest. Contact your State Rural Water Association or visit www.nrwa.org

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Summer 2017 Mountain State Water Line

Summer 2017 Mountain State Water Line

Click to read the complete Summer 2017 Issue of the Mountain State Water Line.

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Subscribe to Rural Water Wire

Subscribe to Rural Water Wire

Click here for more information on how to register for your free subscription to Rural Water Wire

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New Chrysler Fleet Program Added

New Chrysler Fleet Program Added

The National Rural Water Association and the Chrysler Group have created a partnership to offer a Volume Incentive Program (VIP) to State Rural Water Associations and their utility system members. This partnership combines the buying power of 31,000 individual utilities to provide reduced fleet pricing on utility vehicles.

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"Flushable" Bathroom Wipes Clogging Sewer Systems

"Flushable" Bathroom Wipes Clogging Sewer Systems

Popular bathroom wipes -- pre-moistened towelettes that are often advertised as flushable -- are being blamed for creating clogs and backups in the nation's sewer systems. If your municipality is having trouble with sewer backups due to these bathroom wipes, educate your community to dispose of these wipes by placing of them in the trash can instead of flushing them down the toilet. Wipes aren't the only things clogging sewer systems: fats, oils, grease, rags, and paper are the top five things that should not be flushed down the toilet. Watch the YouTube video: WIll it Flush? for a good educational video on this topic. You can find that at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLTVqkXVvNk

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NRWA Cyber Training

NRWA Cyber 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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