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Partnerships

As part of its mission, NOWRA has focused on maintaining and developing new business and industry partnerships with the goal to advance the work of enhancing water resources. Over the past decade, several strategic alliances have been formed.

Water Quality Association
March 2006

The National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA) and the National Water Quality Association (NWQA) recognize that the two organizations have a number of common interests and objectives and commit to work together more closely to better serve members with the common goal of advancing knowledge of ground water and protection of water quality.

National Ground Water Association
October 2005

The National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA) and the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) recognize that the two organizations have a number of common interests and objectives and commit to work together more closely to better serve members with the common goal of advancing knowledge of ground and water resources protection.

EPA Memorandum of Understanding
Original MOU – January 2004
Current MOU – November 2011

A larger strategic alliance of organizations within the decentralized industry was formed under the auspices of the Environmental Protection Agency with a Memorandum of Understanding originally signed by eight organizations, including NOWRA, in January 2004. The partnership now includes close to 20 organizations operating under an updated MOU agreement signed in November of 2011.

National Environmental Health Association
June 2003

In supporting these mutual best interests, the National Environmental Health Association and the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association U.S.A. hereby agree to a cooperative partnering relationship by fulfilling activities.

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