WaterSurplus and our team members maintain professional affiliations with many respected organizations across the country.
We are proud to be a part of these organizations as we work to expand our expertise, share our innovations, and enter new markets. Here is a sample of the organizations we are affiliated with.
Founded on November 30th, 2010, during the II International Desalination Seminar in Antofagasta City, Chile, the Latin American Association of Desalination and Water Reuse (ALADYR) is a non-profit trade association that is the benchmark in desalination, reuse, and treatment of water and effluents in Latin America.
The American Membrane Technology Association’s (AMTA) mission is to promote, advocate and advance the understanding and application of membrane technology to create safe, affordable, and reliable water supplies, and to treat municipal, industrial, and agricultural waste waters for beneficial use.
The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is an international, nonprofit, scientific, and educational society dedicated to providing total water solutions assuring the effective management of water. Founded in 1881, the Association is the largest organization of water supply professionals in the world.
The International Society of Beverage Technologists (ISBT) is the only international society dedicated to the scientific and technical aspects of the non-alcoholic beverage industry. We welcome all members engaged in the science, technology, or production of soft drinks or beverages, including those suppliers to the beverage industry whose principal occupation is substantially technical in nature. This includes individuals employed by bottlers, franchise companies, packaging, flavor, ingredient, and equipment suppliers who are engaged in scientific or technical positions.
ISN is the global leader in contractor and supplier information management. Since 2001, ISN has helped enterprises proactively reduce risk by qualifying and monitoring contractors to promote safe and sustainable operations throughout the supply chain.
The National Rural Water Association (NRWA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to training, supporting, and promoting the water and wastewater professionals that serve small and rural communities across the country.
Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization of more than 30,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations representing water quality professionals around the world. Since 1928, WEF and its members have protected public health and the environment.
The Parks Chamber of Commerce is a public/private partnership that convenes business, nonprofit, elected, and municipal leaders to help attract people to live, visit, and invest in the City of Loves Park and Village of Machesney Park, Illinois. Our mission is to help businesses succeed with the right tools, connections, and resources.
The Central States Water Environment Association’s (CSWEA) mission is to provide a Water Environment Federation (WEF) organization (Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin) offering multiple opportunities for the exchange of water quality knowledge and experiences among its members and the public and to foster a greater awareness of water quality achievements and challenges.
The California – Nevada Section AWWA’s (CA-NV-AWWA) mission is to lead, educate, and serve the water industry and our communities.
The Indiana Section of the American Water Works Association (INAWWA) is dedicated to promoting public health by providing drinking water of unquestionable quality to the citizenry of the State of Indiana. To this end the Section shall dedicate its purpose to the support of its membership and other relevant stakeholders by providing timely educational forums, open communications, and support for technical, legislative, and regulatory activities related to the enhancement and stewardship of the State’s public drinking water supplies.
The Illinois Section AWWA (ISAWWA) is dedicated to safe and sustainable water for Illinois. We realize that water is a limited precious resource, and we need to protect it as our life depends on it. From potable water to wastewater, we are your “total water” resource.
The Michigan Section of the American Water Works Association (MIAWWA) is a community of water professionals dedicated to treating, delivering, and protecting clean, safe water for Michigan communities. Our mission is improving lives through the effective management of water, Michigan’s most vital resource.
The Minnesota Section American Water Works Association (MN AWWA) is a Section of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), the world’s largest association of water professionals. MN AWWA is a nonprofit scientific and educational association public health, safety, and welfare through research and dissemination of information and by supporting educational development of its members.
The Wine Country Water Works Association (WCWWA) serves California’s Napa, Sonoma, Lake, and Mendocino counties, with excellent training opportunities and water industry networking through our annual trade shows.
We are the Wisconsin Section of the American Water Works Association (WIAWWA). The WIAWWA’s mission is: “To ensure a safe, reliable, and environmentally responsible drinking water by providing education, timely information, and networking opportunities for our membership and the Wisconsin drinking water community at large.”
California Rural Water Association (CRWA) is providing training, technical assistance, resources and information to assist water and wastewater utilities in achieving high standards of service.
Evergreen Rural Water of Washington (ERWoW) provides training and technical assistance to water and wastewater systems throughout Washington state. The field staff works directly with systems to solve operational, regulatory, administrative, and financial challenges faced by water systems. We are a non-profit organization that is governed by a membership-elected board of directors. Our federal funding allows us to provide free-of-charge, on-site training and technical assistance to water and wastewater systems in Washington State. Our field staff are professionals in the fields of water and wastewater systems operation and maintenance, and source water protection.
The Alliance of Indiana Rural Water (INH2O) is a non-profit membership association of over 1,000 water and wastewater systems and related professionals and is Indiana’s ONLY representative to the National Rural Water Association.
The Illinois Rural Water Association (IRWS) is a non-profit organization of rural water and wastewater systems. We provide training and technical assistance throughout the state of Illinois. Membership is open to all organizations and individuals associated with the water and wastewater industry.
Iowa Rural Water Association’s (IRWA) Mission Statement reflects our commitment to assisting these systems: To serve Iowa’s Public Water and Wastewater Systems by providing technical assistance, education, leadership in legal and legislative affairs, financial and economic growth, and excellence in the industry.
Minnesota Rural Water Association’s (MRWA) objective is to provide excellence in training and technical assistance to small municipal and non-municipal systems, rural water districts, and wastewater districts with populations less than 10,000.
The Wisconsin Rural Water Association (WRWA) and its member communities promote water conservation and wise use of water. The organization provides on-site assistance to help assure cost-effective operation and protection of Wisconsin’s investment in rural water and wastewater systems.
The Illinois Potable Water Supply Operators Association (IPWSOA) was formed in the fall of 1931 by the Illinois Board of Health. Operators meet regulatory officials to listen to presentations regarding health and safety issues for drinking water, new laws and rules, potable water production, distribution, monitoring, and the competent operation of drinking water facilities.