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Technical Assistance -
on-site technical assistance is provided to small municipal and
non-municipal systems, rural water and wastewater districts with
populations less than 10,000. Technical on-site assistance is provided
to water and wastewater system operators, groundwater wellhead
protection advisory committees, and governing officials. We are the
"hands on people". The association staff visits approximately
systems monthly. MRWA also hosts the largest Technical Conference and
Exposition in the state. More information:
MRWA Circuit Rider
MRWA Source Water Program |
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Training Sessions -
approximately 60 credited training sessions are held geographically
across the state to educate water and wastewater operators and
governing officials on the latest regulatory information, management,
financial stability, operation, and maintenance of their systems, as
well as board/council member development. Visit our
training calendar and register for
a session today!
System Development - we
provide assistance to newly forming non-profit rural water and
wastewater districts so that the economy of the state of Minnesota and
the quality of life of its rural citizens may be enhanced through the
development of systems which can deliver high quality water and
adequate waste disposal at the lowest feasible cost. Check out our
System Planning & Management Training
Sessions held in the fall / winter.
Outreach - the Minnesota Rural
Water Association publishes a quarterly magazine,
and a monthly newsletter,
The Technical Assistance (TA) Times,
which are disseminated to rural and community water/wastewater
utilities, employees of public water/wastewater utilities, counties,
source water protection personnel, industry members, and other
friends. MRWA also publishes a quarterly electronic newsletter,
E-Source Small Systems Bulletin, geared
towards non-municipal and non-transient, non community systems.
Training Material - training
guides, technical bulletins, posters, slide presentations, videos, and
a library of water,
wastewater, and source water protection
information is provided to rural and community systems to enhance the
training of system personnel.
Decision Makers - decisions
made today will determine your system's future....
Report 2014 | Annual
Report 2013 |
Annual Report 2012 |
Annual Report 2011
Our goals and objectives:
- Provide a quality water supply to
- Provide proper wastewater
treatment to rural areas.
- Increase the operational and
management knowledge of water, wastewater, and source water
- Increase the knowledge of the
public in water, wastewater, and source water protection.
- Increase the professionalism of
the rural and small community water and wastewater system
- Provide professional training
programs to rural and small municipal systems.
- Provide professional on-site
technical assistance to rural and small community systems.
- Provide assistance to systems in
acquiring financing to build, expand, and upgrade systems.
- Provide an informational outreach
effort to rural and small community water and wastewater systems
for the dissemination of information on new training and technical
matters related to regulatory and compliance issues, policies and
procedures, financial issues, operation, and maintenance
activities to meet the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act
and Clean Water Act to enhance public awareness of water and
wastewater issues and the value of the public water supply
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