Welcome to the Nevada Water Environment Association’s newest website addition:
The NWEA Blog.
Are you interested in hearing about local networking events in the Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada area where you can connect with other water and wastewater professionals? Perhaps you’d like to learn a little more about the individuals “behind the scenes” of NWEA’s planning and board committee? Or, maybe, you’d like to keep up to date on some of the latest projects, research, and technological advancements being made throughout the Nevada region? If any of these speak to you, then you are certainly in the right place!
In addition, NWEA hosts classes and trainings to enhance your career to stay up to date with the latest practices, regulations, and technological advancement within the industry. The Wastewater Operator certification program is managed through NWEA on behalf of NDEP. NWEA also provides non-regulatory certifications such as Plant Maintenance Technologist, Industrial Wastewater Inspector, and Water Quality Analyst.
If you haven’t already, we urge you to check out some of our latest posts with recaps on the 1st Annual Water Palooza in Reno; our NVWEA at the Las Vegas Science Expo 2023 outreach event; NWEA’s 2023 Golf Tournament; and much more!
We’d also like to take the opportunity to introduce our current NWEA Executive and board members for the 2023/24 year.
Looking to find more information on some of the other information the NWEA website has to offer, check out these links below!
Interested in showcasing a project or initiative in Nevada? Contact Dani Palffy (email@example.com) for Northern and Hamed Heidari (firstname.lastname@example.org) for Southern to get your information highlighted on the blog.
Fun Water Fact:
“The Colorado River and other surface water sources provide nearly 70 percent of Nevada's total water supply. A series of federally constructed reservoirs divert water to the seven states sharing water from the Colorado River. Nevada is allocated the smallest share, which is 1.8 percent of the total apportionments.”
Source: “Saving Water in Nevada”, EPA