AWWA members benefit from professional growth, the acquisition of new skills, exposure to the water industry, and enhanced technical knowledge.
Learn more about AWWA's Conferences, Events and Distance Learning opportunities.
SourceBook is AWWA’s official resource guide to water industry products and services.
AWWA's infrastructure financing report, Buried No Longer, is a call to action for utilities, consumers and policy-makers.
AWWA continues to lead in efforts to improve public health, protect the environment, strengthen the economy and enhance quality of life.
With your help, we can do even more.
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We believe that we can transform the world's water with knowledge and sharing – and you. Help keep water knowledge flowing by donating to The Water Equation today.
Play video to hear 1987 Abel Wolman Doctoral Fellowship winner Dr. James P. Malley Jr. share his story.
Provides matching dollars to AWWA's Sections in order to award new Operator-focused scholarships.
Provides up to two years of support to a doctoral student in the field of water treatment and supply.
Provides support for doctoral and masters level students in the fields of science or engineering in efforts to improve water quality.
Much of our water infrastructure is aging, leaving underserved US communities struggling with subpar water and sanitation facilities. Now aid is at hand through the Community Engineering Corps®, a project of AWWA, Engineers Without Borders-USA and the American Society of Civil Engineers. Learn more.
Water systems in developing countries face sizable challenges. Starting with opening its first overseas office in India in 2015, AWWA aims to create a global network of water professionals who will collaborate to support public health, environmental protection and best water management practices. Learn more.
Provides support for young and new professionals who want to add to their skills set through conferences and courses.
Student & YP Support