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Water Sustainability Committee now accepting applications

Are you an experienced water professional who is looking to influence change and connect with industry peers? The BCWWA Water Sustainability Committee is currently seeking members to help provide regular input on the BC Water Sustainability Act and regulations on behalf of the association.

 

In 2016-17, the committee will be focusing on policies and regulations related, but not limited to: measuring and reporting, livestock watering, dedicated agricultural water, and alternative governance approaches. If you have a background in one of these areas and are interested in joining this volunteer committee, please contact Jodi Garwood at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

For more information on this and our other volunteer Technical and Program Advisory Committees, please visit our Committees page for details.

 

Feedback wanted on BCWWA Education Program

The BC Water & Waste Association is currently developing the training schedule for 2017 and would like your input on the course offerings for the year. We have designed a short survey to collect feedback from our members to better understand your professional development and scheduling plans for the year ahead. Your feedback is important as it helps ensure that we are providing quality training opportunities that best meet your needs.

This survey should take 5 minutes to complete and will be open until July 15, 2016.

Click here to start the survey.

To learn more about our education program, or if you wish to provide more detailed feedback regarding scheduling and courses please contact Ally Trott at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (604) 630-0094

 

Have your say: Chlorine handling courses

At BCWWA, we are currently undergoing a review of our chlorine handling course offerings. As part of this review, we are seeking feedback from our members to better understand the chlorine training needs of the water and wastewater industry. The review is covering all BCWWA-delivered chlorine courses.
 
By taking a few short minutes of your time to share your feedback, you will be providing a valuable contribution to this review and the continuous quality improvement activities within the BCWWA Operator Education program.


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