Become an American Water Works Association Member

Join the largest network of drinking water professionals in the world. AWWA/NEWWA joint members enjoy exclusive access to national and regional updates and information on water infrastructure, quality, sustainability, legislation, and more. Receive discounts on AWWA and NEWWA events and training courses, access professional publications such as AWWA's Journal, Opflow, and Mainstream, as well as NEWWA's Journal and newsletters, and participate on AWWA and NEWWA volunteer committees.

Calling all students!

Get 3 memberships for the price of 1! For $30 enjoy membership in NEWWA, the New England Water Environment Association, and the New England Chapter of the American Public Works Association. 

 


Become a NEWWA, Inc. Member

(New England region only - no national benefits)

Improve your professional skills through training, education, and certification. Take advantage of networking opportunities with your fellow water works professionals. As a NEWWA, Inc. member, you can attend NEWWA conferences, symposia, and monthly membership meetings at discounted rates, access NEWWA's Journal and newsletters, and receive updates on legislative and regulatory matters affecting drinking water. NEWWA, Inc. members may serve on NEWWA, Inc. committees.



Why Be a Water Works Professional?

"We are, all of us, water beings on a planet of water. Water is life. Without it, all living things die. Our dependence on water is absolute; our psyches know this and signal us in myriad ways of water's elemental importance and significance. That is why we love the water and remember experiences associated with it. Of the earth's vast resources of water, only a small fraction is fresh and drinkable. A few people among the globe's billions have been charged with the task of ensuring everyone else has a reliable supply of safe water. Supplying potable water is an essential human activity, a great responsibility, and a vocation of distinction."

-John Mannion, former executive director of the American Water Works Association

If you have any membership questions please contact: Mary Quigley.

New England Water Works Association   125 Hopping Brook Road   Holliston, MA   01746   PH: (508) 893-7979   FAX:(508) 893-9898

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