The 2020 Onsite Wastewater Mega-Conference Registration is Now Open

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NOWRA is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2020 Virtual Onsite Wastewater Mega-Conference, which will be held Nov. 16-18. COVID-19 complications forced the switch to a virtual event. This conference is co-hosted by NOWRA, VOWRA, NAWT and SORA. 

Registering will get you access to almost 40 hours of continuing education courses, a Virtual Expo with many of the country’s leading suppliers, and virtual social events that will let you connect with your colleagues at the conference. 

To learn more about the Mega-Conference and to register, click here. At this point, you are only able to register for the full conference. 

While this virtual conference will obviously be different from being there in person, there are still lots of great reasons for you to consider attending:

  • Get your CEUs. The host associations are reaching out to most states where CEUs are required to maintain contractor licenses or certifications. The list of states that have approved the curriculum will be updated on a regular basis. In order to get continuing education credit for a class, you will need to answer a short, three-question quiz and get two responses correct.
  • Save time and money. A virtual conference means no hotel and food expenses or time lost traveling to and from the event. In addition, the conference registration fee is significantly less than what you would have paid to attend the in-person event.
  • Take the courses on your schedule. You can take the classes you want to attend at the scheduled dates and times for the conference, or any time after that is convenient for you between the conference dates and the end of the year (Dec. 31, 2020).
  • Take all the classes you want. There is no limit on the number of classes you can take. Your registration fee includes access to every course on the agenda — 38 hours of continuing education credits in all. 

While supplies last, everyone will receive a “goody bag” containing a conference T-shirt, a pint glass for a frosty cold beverage, and drink coasters. That way, you will be well prepared to participate in the evening Virtual Happy Hours NOWRA is hosting.


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