Our Events

2020 PDH dates and locations! 


NOWWA is now a member of the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA) and the National Association of Wastewater Technicians (NAWT)!  For more information on both Associations please click on their respective logos to take you to their respective pages. 

Dave Gustafson
Nationally Recognized Speaker!
December 15-16th,
Lincoln Courtyard Mariott Hotel
Lunch and breaks will be provided! 
Click for More information

If you would like to advertise in our NOWWA News publication please contact jason@h2oboy.net for pricing! 

Message from the association  about 2021 Education

NAWT Scholarship Information

NAWT Scholarship

NAWT 2022 William Hapchuk Memorial Scholarship Fund Application

The 2022 Hapchuk Scholarship Eligibility Requirements

Download the Application Form (PDF)
The deadline for submission is January 15, 2022

    • 1. Must be enrolled in an accredited university offering a bachelor degree in the following fields related to wastewater transport and treatment:
      • a. Natural and Environmental Sciences
      • b. Biological sciences
      • c. Agricultural and Civil engineering
      • d. Management/Business
    • 2. Must have completed at least one year of study and have attained a cumulative grade point average above the average for the university in which you are enrolled.
    • 3. Have an interest in a career related to the management of wastewater


If you are not a member of the association you should consider joining. Please click on the image to download our flier that will tell you more about the association. 

The National Ground Water Association has drafted an Essential Employee letter that you may copy and alter with your own business information.  This letter was written with guidance from the Department of Homeland Security (Water and Wastewater Segment)

Essential Employee Letter 



PDH Opportunities

2021 Webinar Series (this replaces the 2021 Nebraska Water Industries Annual Convention): Webinar Calendar

Why Join NOWWA?

  • Provide input for the direction you want this association to take.
  • Keep informed on regulatory issues. Industry certification and system registration are each being implemented with NOWWA input.
  • Have a more direct line to Nebraska on-site waste water treatment regulators and legislators.
  • Present views as a unified organization to regulatory agencies and the legislature.
  • Learn about materials that will educate the homeowner, and increase the demand for high quality and properly installed systems.
  • Receive advance notice of educational programs (workshops and conference).
  • Take advantage of the directory to facilitate communication with other members.
  • Support a quarterly newsletter of Nebraska onsite issues.
  • Use membership to advertise & bid.
  • Opportunity to receive Clean Water Professional designation


The latest issue of NOWWA News! 


Click on the image above to access a digital copy of the magazine.