Thank you for your interest in the Georgia Water Environment Federation (a Section of the Georgia Association of Water Professionals, a 501-C-3 not for profit organization). Included on this website, you will find information designed to enhance your professional career and to broaden your understanding of the wastewater field in Georgia. We have endeavored to make this site a useful and dynamic source of up-to-date information.
GWEF provides education and training opportunities for people working primarily in the wastewater field, and we are continually expanding and enhancing our services to our membership, other elected officials, the media, and the public.
GWEF has been affiliated with GAWP for nearly all of its 75-year history. The two organizations were formed within four years of each other, and since their affiliation have worked together to make both associations stronger. In 1928, an organizational meeting of the Board of Control of the Federation of Sewage Works Associations (now the Water Environment Federation) was held. In 1936, The Georgia Water and Sewage Plant Operators’ Association (now GAWP) became an official Member Association of the Federation.
GWEF is dedicated to education, dissemination of technical and scientific information, increased public understanding, and promotion of sound public laws and programs in the global water environment.
Knowledge Pipeline Collection Systems Mini-Workshops
This reoccurring short course begins at 8:30 AM and concludes at 2:00 PM (including lunch). 4 Recertification points will be provided. Topics include the following:
* SSES for field staff
Call For Papers
Please visit the "Conferences and Training" tab located at www.gawp.org and select the individual meeting of interest in order to submit an abstract.
Abstract submittal forms are independent for each conference and/or workshop and open approximately four months before each meeting.
Georgia Association Of Water Professionals
The Georgia Association of Water Professionals (a 501-C-3 not for profit organization) serves as the "parent organization" for the Georgia Water Environment Federation.
For more information on GAWP and the services