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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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Should Florida ‘frack’ its limestone for oil and gas? Two geophysicists weigh in
Florida is on the front lines of a debate over the spread of the controversial drilling technique hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, which raises a crucial question: are the state’s unique geology and hydrology more

New research could lead to more corrosion-resistant water pipes
Using state-of-the-art in situ microscopy techniques, scientists were able to watch the oxidation of copper — the primary building material for millions of miles of water piping — at the atomic level as more

New Economic Benefits Analysis of Drinking Water and Clean Water State Revolving Funds Reveals Billions in Return on Federal Investment
A new economic benefits analysis of the impacts of increased funding for the Drinking Water and Clean Water State Revolving Funds (SRF), released today by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the WateReuse Association, more

Lake Wales hopes well proves to be good investment
Officials are hopeful that a deep well drilled on city property will enable Lake Wales to have a plentiful and cost-effective water source decades from now.City Commissioners gave the go-ahead last week to more

The Volusia County Water Summit
The Volusia County Water Summit at Stetson University on Saturday, April 30, 2016, presented a deep dive into the issues impacting water resources in Volusia County, a discussion of a variety of options more

Water Research Foundation Launches New Projects on Water and Wastewater Capital Improvement and Green Infrastructure for Stormwater Runoff
The Water Research Foundation (WRF), a leading sponsor of research supporting the water community, is pleased to announce two new projects that will provide guidance on (1) capital improvement project(CIP) project delivery methods more

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