New membership pricing in effect April 1, 2019

Over the past few years, the BCWWA has invested significant financial and human resources into a new website and customer relationship management system that allows for an improved member experience with self-serve options, member-only content, and greater options for managing news and information delivery. We have also introduced new networking and development opportunities, such as communities of practice and educational courses including our upcoming New Sector Professionals curriculum.

 

We are a not-for-profit organization and annual membership fees ensure direct cost-recovery, not profit, for the Association. To remain sustainable, we are raising our Individual, Operator and Small Systems Member fees by $10 to $109 per year to cover the cost of developing and improving programs and services for our members. This $10 fee increase does not apply to Cross Connection Control and Student Members.

 

The current member rate of $99 per year will remain in effect until March 31 so please take advantage of this window of time to renew your membership and save. If you purchase a membership before April 1 for $99, a one-year membership will be applied to your account to begin when your current membership expires.

 

As part of the BCWWA, you will continue to receive the following benefits:

 

  • Access preferred rates for quality training and professional development events including the BCWWA Annual Conference & Trade Show, topical conferences and workshops including Operator Continuing Education Day, and education classes. Members also enjoy free access to our informative Waterbreak webinars, led by experts throughout BC and the Yukon.
  • Influence change as part of a strong and cohesive voice for the water sector by providing input on responses to changes in drinking water guidelines and other regulations.
  • Stay informed about the latest industry news and best practices through the quarterly Watermark magazine, monthly Waterline e-newsletter, and regular updates on education and development opportunities in your area.
  • Build your network of water sector peers by participating in committees, communities of practice, and other volunteer groups that focus on a variety of water issues.

 

The BCWWA exists to serve our members and we are always striving to improve our member benefits and services, based on your feedback. If you have questions or comments about the membership fee increase or the benefits and services available to you, please email us at contact@bcwwa.org.