Message from the Section Chair, Mark Lehigh
The Florida Section of the American Water Works Association is dedicated to ensuring Florida's present and future generations a sufficient supply of high quality drinking water by providing critical information and opportunities to over 2,200 members. Our mission is to provide training and educational opportunities that meet the needs of our membership. We offer comprehensive technical training and continuing education programs, effective legislative and regulatory policy development, high quality member services and networking opportunities related to the water industry. Please use our website as your resource for training, technology and information. Info on the mentoring program - click here
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FSAWWA Is Celebrating Member Appreciation!
As a special thank-you to our valuable members, we held a drawing for one of eight (8) prizes. Please know how much we appreciate your support! For the list of winners, please Click Here.
Martin County to create Resolution Requiring Septic-to-Sewer Conversion
To pave the way for a proposed septic-to-sewer project, county commissioners Tuesday asked their staff to craft a resolution requiring homeowners with septic systems to make the switch to sewer, and pay the cost of up to $20,000, if there's a sewer system available. Read more »
US Senate Approves Measure to Block Implementation of EPA’s New WOTUS Rules
The Senate voted Tuesday to advance a measure to block the Obama administration’s new regulation asserting federal authority over small waterways. Read more »
Lee County to Request $28M in SRF Loans for Wastewater Plant Upgrades
Lee County will ask the state for $28.8 million to expand capacity at a waste water treatment plant on Three Oaks Parkway. Read more »
Locals Oppose ECUA tank location
ECUA plans to expand its Pensacola Beach reclaimed water system to provide reclaimed water for irrigation. Read more »
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