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Some exciting things are happening this year. DPOR held several workshops across the state to help those in need of licensure. Their purpose was to help with the application process and also to answer any questions you may have concerning licensing. VOWRA took this opportunity to provide low cost Wastewater Math Courses after most of the DPOR workshops to further help individuals prepare to take their licensure exam. We were very pleased at the turnout. Not only did we help industry professionals further prepare for their exam, we had members of the design community take part as well. We also teamed up with Loudoun County in sponsoring lunch for their nitrogen workshop. We are in the process of planning a June 5th event with Winchester Building Supply (WBS) to be held at WBS. In conjunction with WBS, we’re hoping to bring a full day of education and fun for everyone. This is the 1st of what I hope to be many with WBS.
Also, be sure to check out the Calendar/Conference link for information about our upcoming Mega Conference!
Virginia Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association, Inc.
We will be holding a 5 hour training event geared toward installers and operators in the Suffolk area July 23rd. Details coming soon.
We have partnered up with NAWT (National Association of Wastewater Techicians), SORA (State Onsite Regulators Alliance) and NOWRA (National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association) for a "Super Conference" in Virginia Beach this year!!! We are expecting a great variety in courses offered as well as a few field trips.
Be sure to save the dates!
November 3rd - 6th, 2015.
Watch NOWRA's Testimony Before House Appropriations Subcomittee
EPA Technology Fact Sheets (A wealth of information regarding all things onsite.)
Design Guidance (Advanced Onsite Wastewater System Design.)
Homeowner's Folders (Information specifically for homeowners of onsite systems.)
NOWRA White Papers (Useful information regarding water softeners, pharmaceuticals, community wastewater treatment, etc.)
VDH O & M Reporting Website Update
For information about how to conserve water and use it more efficiently, visit the National Environmental Services Center page devoted to the topic: