IRWA organizes workshops throughout the year that are held at various locations around the State. All of our seminars and workshops, and the people conducting them, receive IDEM approval as to content and suitability in order to qualify our operators to receive continuing education contact hours.
IRWA hosted events allowed Indiana‚s water and wastewater operators to obtain over 11,450 continuing education contact hours within the last year or so.
IRWA has a vast base of member resources to call upon to help communities address any given situation: experienced, certified water and wastewater operators; utility management professionals; backflow specialists; engineers; grant administrators; manufacturers; distributors; equipment companies; well drillers; chemical distributors; testing laboratories; lawyers; water tank specialists; accountants; construction contractors; contract services companies; leak detection analysts; hydrogeologists; and various other water related experts.
Click here for a membership application form. Membership dues to join IRWA are as follows:
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES
(renewable upon anniversary date of membership)
Water & Wastewater Utility Membership
(one vote per utility)
|Number of meters in operation (or approximate population served) as of January 1 of each year||Annual Dues|
|1-300 (approx. 3 to 750 population)||$†60|
|301-600 (approx. 751 to 1500 population)||$†90|
|601-1000 (approx. 1501 – 2500 population)||$140|
|1001-1500 (approx. 2501 – 3750 population)||$200|
|1501 - 3000 (approx. 3751 - 7500 population)||$250|
|3001 meters and above (approx. 7501 population and above)||$350|