mission statement

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.

vision statement

Professionalism, stewardship, and confidence in every drop

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.

To view a list of our upcoming training and events, click here

To view a PDF of MWWA's 2022 meeting/event schedule, click here: 2022 Meeting Schedule

superbowl squares 50/50 fundraiser

The Young Professionals Committee is hosting a 2022 Superbowl Squares Fundraiser.  The cost of a square is $10.  This is a 50/50 contest with 50% of the proceeds supporting MWWA's Scholarship Fund and the other 50% being distributed as prizes:

  • $100 for First Quarter
  • $100 for Second Quarter
  • $100 for Third Quarter
  • $200 for the Final Score (along with some cool MWWA Swag!!) 

The deadline to purchase squares is February 10th.  Squares will be randomly assigned by the fundraiser coordinator and a copy of the final grid will be emailed to participants the Friday before the Superbowl.

To participate in the fundraiser, complete this form indicating the number of squares you wish to purchase.  Payments will need to be made by credit card at the time of purchase.  Good luck! 


information for the public:  

For those concerned about potential contamination of tap water by coronavirus, please refer to the following information provided by the US EPA and the CDC:  

Coronavirus and Drinking Water and Wastewater

 "EPA recommends that Americans continue to use and drink tap water as usual. The World Health Organization (WHO)EXIT has stated that the, 'pesence of the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking-water supplies and based on current evidence the risk to water supplies is low.'  Additionally, according to the CDC, COVID-19 is mainly thought to spread between people who are in close contact with one another. Read more from the CDC about transmission of COVID-19. Further, EPA’s drinking water regulations require treatment at public water systems to remove or kill pathogens, including viruses."

information for water utilities:

MWWA knows that water systems are concerned about potential revenue impacts due to the on-going pandemic.  MWWA convened a workgroup and we have produced a guide to help systems think about what information they should be tracking.  You can download the guide here:  MWWA Guide to Documenting Revenue impacts due to COVID-19 FINAL 6-11-20.pdf

We have more resources (such as examples of customer and employee communication, standard operating procedures) available to our members at our COVID-19 page

Also see resources, guidance, and answers to frequently asked questions provided by MassDEP by clicking here.   

scholarship opportunities:

Those interested in donating to or applying for a scholarship can find information here.  

board of directors nomination:

Those interested in being considered for the third trustee position on the MWWA Board of Directors can access the Board Nomination Form 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.