The Association of Water Technologies is a non-profit trade organization representing nearly 400 regional water treatment companies throughout the United States and internationally. Members of AWT are full-service companies that specialize in the application of water treatments for industrial and commercial cooling, heating and wastewater systems. AWT provides business and professional eduction, training, certification, networking and regulatory and public awareness programs.
One of the key benefits of being an AWT member is the ability to achieve their Certified Water Technologist (CWT) certification. The CWT program represents the highest professional credential in the industrial and commercial water treatment field. It provides professional recognition for individuals involved in water treatment and technology to indicate to the general public, co-workers, employers and others that an individual has achieved a high level of experience, knowledge and education in the industry. The CWT designation assures that water professionals possess a core body of knowledge and have extensive professional experience in all aspects of water treatment.
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The Wisconsin Healthcare Engineering Association is a premier organization providing quality education; advocacy and outreach within our healthcare community. WHEA is recognized by local and national regulatory organizations as an essential partner in the codes and standards development and compliance process. The key to our success is a commitment to our members and the development of professional relationships.
Watertech of America is the only water treatment company that is a Gold Sponsor of the WHEA Annual Conference. In addition, Watertech provides training to WHEA members as part of their Education and Training program.
Founded on a century of discovering inventive solutions for water issues, The Water Council was established as a 501(c)(3) organization in 2009 by Milwaukee-area businesses, education and government leaders. With a mission of aligning the regional freshwater research community with water-related industries, we take great pride in having coalesced the leading water technology cluster in the United States and one of the most powerful in the world.
Headquartered in the Global Water Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, The Water Council links together global water technology companies, innovative water entrepreneurs, government agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), acclaimed academic research programs and some of the nation’s brightest and most energetic water professionals. The driving force behind this success is the spirit of collaboration between public, private and academic sectors and the shared commitment to finding innovative solutions to critical global water issues.