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Plan to join your colleagues for the Onsite Wastewater Event of the Year!

Now in its third year, the Onsite Wastewater Mega-Conference is a collaboration between several national and state onsite wastewater organizations:
NOWRA – National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association
NAWT – National Association of Wastewater Technicians
SORA – State Onsite Regulators Alliance
DOWRA – Delaware State Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association
MOWPA – Maryland Onsite Wastewater Professionals Association
POWRA – Pennsylvania Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association



Something for everyone. No matter your role in the onsite wastewater industry -- contractor, engineer, designer, regulator, or educator -- you should plan to attend this conference. You will find lots of useful learning opportunities:

You'll get ideas to help support your current business. Through education sessions, conversations with colleagues, and meetings with many of the industry's most progressive and innovative companies in the exhibit hall, you can get new ideas for building your existing business.

You can identify new ways to expand your business. Onsite/decentralized technologies are being applied in ways that could never have been imagined only a few years ago. Plus, with factors such as increasing water shortages, skyrocketing costs to build and maintain central sewer infrastructure, and a wide range of applications finding new market niches, the opportunities for your company to expand into different business segments have never been better.

Bigger really is better. While size doesn’t always matter, it will here. Having such a wide range of options for meeting your education needs is another reason to attend the Mega-Conference.

You can meet your continuing education requirements. In most states, the conference curriculum will qualify for credit hours in licensing or professional certification programs. We are working to secure approval for continuing education credit from all states which license or certify installers, service providers, inspectors and designers.

It's an investment, not an expense. If you get one good idea which translates into more business or a better way to do things, you will more than justify your cost of attending. Invest in yourself and your organization.