Each tiny raindrop that falls from the sky combines with another, and then another, to eventually form the lakes, rivers and streams we all enjoy and depend upon. Help improve the quality of life . . .
MEMBERSHIP HAS ITS PRIVILEGES...
Pennsylvania Rural Water Association is a nonprofit association of professionals and utilities in the water and wastewater industry serving small communities. PRWA exists to enhance the quality of life in small communities by providing training, technical assistance, and representation to public water and wastewater utilities, while maintaining environmental integrity.
PRWA is the Pennsylvania State Affiliate of the National Rural Water Association, participating in all of its Programs and providing all of its benefits in Pennsylvania. The Board of Directors and members of PRWA invites you to join our growing organization, bringing the many benefits of membership to your utility.
PRWA offers specialized training covering both water and wastewater in treatment, regulations, administrative and financial management practices and operator certification. This training, offered free or at low cost, allows water professionals to upgrade their skills, improve the quality of their members' services, and protect their communities' health. Training credits toward certification is available to Pennsylvania operators.
PRWA professional technical representatives assist water and wastewater systems in their operations, and in their efforts to protect the public's health and comply with complex regulations. Hands-on practical technical assistance is provided on-site at no cost to the member. PRWA is not a regulatory or enforcement agency, but can offer valuable assistance in meeting the complex set of regulations facing the industry. The technical staff is funded by programs administered through the National Rural Water Association and PRWA membership dues.
Dues and other contributions to local, state or national associations are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Association dues may be deductible as professional or business expenses, to the extent allowable by law.
|System||0 - 150 connections, water or wastewater - SINGLE||$239|
|System||0 - 150 connections, water & wastewater - DUAL||$302|
|System||151 - 1500 connections, water or wastewater - SINGLE||$411|
|System||151 - 1500 connections, water & wastewater - DUAL||$469|
|System||1501 - 5000 connections, water or wastewater - SINGLE||$599|
|System||1501 - 5000 connections, water & wastewater - DUAL||$708|
|System||over 5000 connections, water or wastewater - SINGLE||$822|
|System||over 5000 connections, water & wastewater - DUAL||$999|
|Stormwater||Stand alone membership||$292|
|Stormwater||Existing system member with 0 - 150 connections||$50|
|Stormwater||Existing system member with 151 - 1500 connections||$100|
|Stormwater||Existing system member with 1501 - 5000 connections||$150|
|Stormwater||Existing system member with over 5000 connections||$200|
|NTNC||Non-Transient Non-Community, Full support||$292|
|NTNC||Non-Transient Non-Community, Information only||$119|
|Subscription||Keystone Tap and Publications||$58|
|Associate||Water Industry Product and Services Vendors||$354|
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