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Benefits for Utility and Service Provider members have been refreshed into easy to use packages. Changes go into effect with your 2017 membership renewal. Learn more!

Welcome to the RMSAWWA


The Rocky Mountain Section of the American Water Works Association (RMSAWWA) is a non-profit, scientific and educational association dedicated to managing and treating water. Our vision is to provide for a better world through better water. Our mission is to provide solutions for the Rocky Mountain Region (Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming) to effectively manage water, the world’s most important resource. As a local section of the American Water Works Association, we strive to connect our local membership with the opportunities and resources of AWWA.

Not a member of AWWA or the Rocky Mountain Section, or simply want to know what your membership benefits are? Learn how you can enhance your career, earn those necessary Training Units (TUs), get discounts on training, conferences and industry-relevant materials. Click here for details!

January 2017 Rocky Mountain Water Magazine, formerly known as Rumbles, Available Online

Rocky Mountain Water magazine

Featured in this issue:

How Drones Can Benefit the Water Industry 

The Economic Impact of Water Infrastructure

Optimizing Water Supplies to Develop a Sustainable Water Future

Click here to read it online!


RMSAWWA Tapping Team Fundraiser
January 28, 2017 9 AM - Noon

Help support RMSAWWA at our Inaugural Topgolf Tournament

Topgolf – Centennial
10601 E Easter Ave.
Centennial, CO 80112

Registration and sponsorship opportunities

For more information: contact Stephen Gay at (303) 658-2507 or sgay@cityofwestminster.us

Rocky Mountain Water and Wastewater Fundamentals School
January 30 - February 3, 2017

The Rocky Mountain Water and Wastewater Fundamentals School is a basic, comprehensive overview for water and wastewater operators.  The course is divided into two separate classes, one on water and one on wastewater.  The course is designed for people who are new to the field or have been in it for only a few years.  It should be beneficial to those seeking Class “C”, “D” “T”, and “S” certification.  
The goal of the Fundamentals school is to provide education for operators so they possess a better understanding of the water and wastewater fields.  The courses are designed to furnish operators with basic concepts of how treatment processes work and the requirements of government regulations.  The Fundamentals school curriculum also provides opportunities to prepare for either the water or wastewater certification exams.  However, operators should not use the courses as their only study guide for certification exams.
Learn more about the Rocky Mountain Water and Wastewater Fundamentals School at http://www.rmwea.org/fundamentals_school.php.

Action Now Seminars

Action Now Seminars are geared toward providing water industry personnel with current information and training addressing relevant issues in the water industry. They also provide an excellent opportunity to meet, exchange ideas, and problem-solve with fellow associates.

Certificates and Colorado Certification Training Units (TUs) for attending this program will be presented at the completion of the seminar. Certification TUs are required for renewal of Colorado Operator Certificates. Subject to final approval by the Colorado Water and Wastewater Facility Operators Certification Board, actual TUs will be determined once the agenda is finalized.


January 19, 2017
Canon City
8:00am - 4:00pm

The Abbey Events Complex
2951 E. Highway 50
Canon City CO 81212



February 23, 2017
8:00am - 4:00pm

Larimer County Events Complex

5280 Arena Circle
Loveland CO 80538



Action Now Quick Schedule (PDF)

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