WWETT Show Registration Included With NAWT Membership

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The National Association of Wastewater Technicians (NAWT) was founded to provide a unifying voice for the onsite wastewater management industry, increase its professionalism and public image through education of the industry and the public, develop and represent members and partners on a national level, and encourage the industry to share ideas and concerns for the betterment of the environment and human health.

As a member of NAWT, you receive a complimentary registration to the WWETT Show. If you are not a member of NAWT, this benefit alone will pay for your membership and provide you with the knowledge you require to be a better wastewater technician. Join today!

NAWT & WWETT Show 2016

Are you interested in attending NAWT’s vacuum truck or installer training course during to the 2016 WWETT Show? If so, we have incorporated both of these educational sessions into the curriculum of the WWETT Show to reach a wider audience.

The WWETT Show is Feb. 17-20 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.

Vacuum truck training course

At the conclusion of the vacuum truck training course, participants should be able to recognize trucks and their associated equipment, understand the equipment’s function, understand the vocabulary of pumping, how to operate the equipment safely, recognize materials they will encounter and some they may have to avoid, recognize how their job is regulated by government, and how to speak to customers with confidence.

NAWT Education Day sessions

NAWT’s Education Day lineup Feb. 17 consists of two presentations given by Tom Ciani of Alderon Industries. The first will cover basic operation of electrical panels and the second will explain how to use information available from the panels to troubleshoot systems.

Claude Goguen, of the National Precast Concrete Association, will also be presenting. He will discuss what to look for when inspecting concrete tanks. This will be followed by a presentation by Bob Wright and Kim Seipp on troubleshooting systems. Frank Parker will conclude the educational session with a discussion on inspecting drip systems.

Additional details regarding these and other WWETT Show educational sessions can be found at www.wwettshow.com or www.nawt.org.  

If you have questions regarding NAWT, call 800/236-6298 or email info@nawt.org.

NAWT annual meeting and state association breakfast

On Friday morning, Feb. 19, in room 109 of the Indiana Convention Center, attend NAWT’s annual meeting where NAWT’s Slate of Candidates along with other important business will be discussed.

There will also be the state association breakfast sponsored by COLE Publishing. The Ralph Macchio Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented by COLE Publishing. The annual NAWT Excellence in Service Award will also be presented. The William Hapchuk Memorial Scholarship recipient will be announced. Have a free breakfast and take part in NAWT’s annual meeting, the award recognition and state association meeting discussion. Breakfast and NAWT’s annual meeting begin at 7 a.m. The annual state association meeting begins at 7:30 a.m., and the awards presentations begin at 8 a.m. It all wraps up in time for the show opening at 9 a.m.

NAWT board meeting

On Wednesday, Feb. 17, at 5:30 p.m., following Education Day courses, the NAWT Board of Directors will meet for a business meeting. Members of any state association interested in learning about NAWT affiliation are welcome to attend and get to know the current board members. This will be held in room 109 in the convention center.

NAWT booth

Please stop by Booth 1401 in the WWETT Show exhibit hall. We will have information about NAWT and how you can get involved. The NAWT Board and staff look forward to seeing you!


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