EnBiorganic Technologies is proud to announce our membership with the National Rural Water Association (NRWA).
The NRWA is a non-profit organization dedicated to training, supporting and promoting water and wastewater professionals that serve small communities across the United States.
The association is working on a number of important initiatives, including the Source Water Protection Program. The program is designed around small water utilities, local businesses, agriculture, government and other groups working together to develop and implement strategies to protect drinking water sources. The cooperative program has made significant progress in reducing point source pollution from industrial, agricultural, municipal and household sources, it has also made progress in challenging the area of nonpoint source pollution.
Another exciting initiative that aligns with our environmental mandate is Quality On Tap, a hands-on guide to better public relations when it comes to water utilities. The guide is intended to promote a positive image to the public, focusing on the safety of drinking water and the expertise of the technical professionals who ensure water quality.
A membership with the National Rural Water Association allows us to collaborate with an organization whose values and mission align with ours.
“We are excited to join the National Rural Water Association and look forward to working with them to help small communities across the United States solve their wastewater challenges in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way,” says Matt Slough, Business Development Manager at EnBiorganic Technologies.
Each year the NRWA holds the WaterPro Conference which brings together water and wastewater utility systems for sessions in operations, management, boardsmanship and governance. Our team is looking forward to attending this year’s conference in Nashville, Tennessee from September 9 – 11, 2019, to collaborate with members of our community and try out new technology.