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Governor Mike Parson has signed a proclamation declaring Sept. 11-17, 2022, as Water and Wastewater Treatment Professionals Week in Missouri. The Governor’s proclamation recognizes the vital work that water and wastewater treatment professionals do to keep Missourians healthy and our communities strong.
As our global workforce shifts and changes begin to take place at the local level, there is a need to prepare our future leaders. From cultivating their leadership presence to focusing in on conflict resolution and managing a dynamic workforce, the Illinois and Missouri Sections of the American Water Works Association assisted their members in developing key essential skills.
(Kansas City, Missouri) — Members of the Missouri Section of the American Water Works Association (MO-AWWA) gathered at Margaritaville Resort in Ozark, Missouri, to celebrate a 75-year legacy of protecting drinking water for Missourians.
Governor Mike Parson has signed a proclamation declaring Aug. 15 through Aug. 21, 2021, as Water and Wastewater Treatment Professionals Week in Missouri.
Online registration for the 2021 MO-AWWA & MWEA Joint Annual Meeting is now live. Sign up today to join us at Margaritaville!
The Missouri Section of the American Water Works Association (MO-AWWA) and the Missouri Water Environment Association (MWEA) invite you to participate as an exhibitor at the 2021 joint conference.
The Missouri Section is excited to announce that our very own Bob Parks (with the City of Independence, MO Water Department) has been selected as one of AWWA’s 5 Under 35 Award recipients.
John Dunn, Chair of the AWWA Section Education Award recently announced the winners of the 2021 Section Education Award. The Missouri Section was among several other sections chosen for their innovation in education programming during the last year.
Thank you, Governor Parson, for signing a proclamation making Aug. 16 - 22, 2020, Water & Wastewater Treatment Workers Week to recognize their critical work and contributions to the citizens of Missouri.
Listen to a special message for water workers from Missouri Governor Mike Parson.
On behalf of the Missouri Section of AWWA Board, our Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and all of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), we want to acknowledge the tragedy of George Floyd’s death and the protests that have been happening throughout our communities.
After careful consideration, AWWA made the difficult decision to cancel ACE20 in Orlando.
Online registration for the 2020 MO-AWWA & MWEA Joint Annual Meeting is now live. Sign up today to join us at Tan-Tar-A Resort!
The Missouri Section of the American Water Works Association (MO-AWWA) and the Missouri Water Environment Association (MWEA) invite you to participate as an exhibitor at the 2020 joint conference.
Volunteers needed for the MO-AWWA Model Water Tour Competition (MWTC) which encourages creativity and ingenuity while introducing students to the importance and variety of careers in the water practice.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) announced $300 million in available funding for the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP). This program encourages partnerships to address natural resource concerns related to agriculture at scale.
The City of O’Fallon, Missouri was named the winner of the “2019 Water Taste Test” by the Missouri Section of the American Water Works Association (AWWA). Each year, the AWWA Spring Conference receives submissions for the best-tasting water in Missouri. This year’s award was presented to Dan Ismay, O’Fallon Water Plant Manager at AWWA’s annual conference in March.