The Massachusetts Water Works Association, Inc. is a membership organization dedicated to the advancement of the drinking water profession. Through education and advocacy, MWWA is committed to public health by promoting a safe and sufficient supply of drinking water to Massachusetts consumers.
welcome to our website!
Our website has many features including: on-line registration for training and events, a listing of our sponsors with links to their websites and our online business directory. Members have special access to a members-only login area where they can update their membership profile, access current and archived editions of the H2O Pump newsletter, obtain information on our advocacy efforts and our on-line member directory. If you are not a member consider becoming one today
2015 MWWA meeting/event schedule - Click here for a PDF with dates for MWWA's meetings and events scheduled for 2015
registration is now open for the Summer Expo and Clambake!To register as an exhibitor or to purchase individual meal tickets, please click here
This year's educational session, prior to the Expo will be "Think, Plan, Implement…and Pray: Repair of a leaking transmission main gate valve in Worcester, MA." 2 TCHs will be awarded upon completion of this course. To Register, click: Registration Form: 2015 Expo Technical Session- 8/27/15
prerequisite course offerings: MWWA will be offering three prerequisite courses this fall.
Each year, MWWA presents scholarships to undergraduate students of higher learning whose parent or grandparent is an MWWA member in good standing for a minimum of 3 years. The award will be presented to recipient(s) at the Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet. Scholarship Applications can be downloaded here.
water infrastructure finance commission issues final report and recommendations: Click here to view a copy of this report
water infrastructure bill signed into law
On August 6, 2014, Governor Deval Patrick signed into law a bill that would add additional funding for water and wastewater infrastructure improvements. The funding increases capitalization of the State Revolving Loan Fund by $50 million and would allow the Trust to award less than 2% loans or even principal forgiveness if projects meet certain criteria. To view Chapter 259 of the Acts of 2014 click here.
view photos from our past events
MWWA is a vibrant organization with lots of interesting events which give our members opportunities to network with others in the profession and learn more about what is going on in the water works field. If you would like to view photos from our membership meetings, Summer Expo or social events, click here.