Troubleshooting: Check for Hydraulic Overloading
7:00am, February 26, 2018 Troubleshooting: Check for Hydraulic Overloading

If a homeowner calls about surfacing effluent or an onsite system backing up into the house, one of the first things to check for is too much water use for system capacity

National Association of Wastewater Technicians Announces 2018 Training Schedule
March 01, 2018

The National Association of Wastewater Technicians recently announced its 2018 training schedule. The classes slated for this year along with links to registration are available below.

March 7-8 — Inspector Training in Napa, California, register here
March 8-9 — Inspector Training in Ruidoso, New Mexico, register here
March 12 — One-Day Inspector Training, contact
March 15-16 — Inspector Training in Montana, contact
March 16-17 — Inspector Training in San Marcos, Texas, contact
April 24-25 — Inspector Training in Durango, Colorado, register here
April 25 — Installer Training in Tucson, Arizona, register here
May 18-19 — Inspector Training in Palestine, Texas, register here
June 5-6 — Inspector Training in Leadville, Colorado, contact
Aug. 27-28 — Inspector Training in Casa Grande, Arizona, contact
Sept. 7-8 — Inspector Training in Arlington, Texas, contact
Nov. 15-16 — Inspector Training in Colorado Springs, Colorado, register here

For more information about the training schedule, contact the NAWT executive office via email at or call 800-236-6298.

Those interested in submitting a proposal to sponsor a course in their area for consideration as part of the NAWT training program may submit contact information here. A NAWT representative will then reach out to you to go over the next steps in developing a date, time and agreement for the course.