As some of you have already noticed, we're experiencing difficulty with the launch of our new database.  We are working as hard and as fast as we can to get things working correctly.  Until we do, members may experience some inconveniences while interacting with our website.  Please accept our sincerest apologies, and we will let you know when things are fixed.  Feel free to contact us directly with data requests or changes to your profile.  Thank you for your understanding. 

Welcome to MRWA

The Maine Rural Water Association is a non-profit trade association dedicated to improving the water and wastewater industry in Maine.   While we are best known for our circuit rider program that provides technical assistance to water and wastewater systems throughout the state, we also represent the interests of our membership at the local, state, and federal level.  We provide many cost-friendly services to assist rural systems, produce approximately 40 unique training classes each year, and our annual conference in December is the largest industry event in the state.   Our association represents a network of knowledge and resources that help Maine's water and wastewater utilities with the important job of protecting public health and the environment



Water Operator Certification Prep Course Survey
As you may have already heard, our Water Operator Certification Preparatory Courses are completely new and redesigned.  These courses focus on level specific information, maximize class/study time by providing ABC's "Need-to-Know Criteria, and utilize the newest recommended texts that match new exams.

Please take a moment to complete this survey. We are looking for input on which Water & Wastewater Operator Certification Preparatory Courses to offer, and when and where to hold them.

Your input will help guide us with these choices.

Please review the Class Descriptions here.

2019 Sewer Rate Survey
It's time once again to begin collecting specific information from wastewater systems for the next edition of our Sewer Rate Survey.  Your participation will enable us to provide a very useful reference of wastewater user rates through the State.  All responses should be returned to us by May 1, 2019.  If you have any questions, please contact Alex Wong at, or at 207-841-9488.

Bills We're Monitoring
It's an extremely busy first session of the 129th Legislature.  Please visit our Advocacy page to catch up on the bills we are supporting, opposing, and monitoring.
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