Why Become a Member of AWWA?

Established in 1881, the American Water Works Association is the largest nonprofit, scientific, and educational association dedicated to managing and treating water, the world’s most important resource. With 50,000 members, AWWA provides solutions to improve public health, protect the environment, strengthen the economy, and enhance our quality of life.

As part of the AWWA community, you get the latest information on the state of water infrastructure, treatment, quality, regulation, legislation, distribution, sustainability, and more, covering the full spectrum of the water cycle.

As a member of AWWA you will receive the following publications:

  • Journal – American Water Works Association – the flagship publication which presents the absolute latest industry research, peer-reviewed articles, and information about all aspects of the water profession, and
  • Opflow – the monthly magazine providing hands-on guidance to make utility operations smoother and more efficient, with a focus on both new and best-established technologies.
  • As a member of AWWA you will also have many online resources, technical references, reports, and tools available to you.

How Can I Become a Member of KsAWWA?

As a member of AWWA, you are allowed to be a member of one section. To become a member of KsAWWA, you would select Kansas as your primary section of choice on the application form. You may also choose to be a multi-section member and choose as many other sections as you wish for an additional fee.

You will have access to KsAWWA’s newsletter Solution H2O, notice to educational opportunities available throughout the state of Kansas, contact information, scholarship information, and much more.

AWWA provides many different membership opportunities including Individual, Utility, Service Provider, and Partner Agencies & Institution. Read more about membership in AWWA.

Questions About Membership?

Membership Chair

Jessica Adams-Weber
HDR, Inc.
10450 Holmes Road, Suite 600
Kansas City, MO 64114
Phone: (816) 360-2710
Cell: (816) 805-9608
[email protected]

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