Promoting Safe Use of Washington's Ground Water Resources
Washington State Ground Water Association (WSGWA) is a trade association for ground water professionals including drilling and pump contractors, employee drillers and pump installers, manufacturers and suppliers, technical associates, and others with interest in the ground water industry. WSGWA is dedicated to protecting, promoting, and educating the public about ground water.
Upcoming Important Events
When is your next opportunity to get more credits?
Check the Events Calendar for more opportunities to get your continuing education credits.
Sept 30-Oct 1, 2016 - Join us at the Fall Convention at the Red Lion in Pasco. There will be driller and pump installer classes as well as a banquet and auction. Look for the green registration forms in the mail. Check your licenses also so you don't miss out on getting CEUs. See the Events Calendar for registration and agenda.
2017 WSGWA Day On The Hill in Olympia
SAVE THE DATE! Join your fellow industry professionals on January 25, 2017 in advocating ground water issues that are impacting the industry. Our state Legislators need your guidance. Come help inform your District Legislators. Bring family or a friend to the State Capitol for the day. You can make an impact.
You can also call the office at 360-757-1551 for more information.
Ground Water Awareness for Well Owners and Ground Water Professionals
Ground water protection education for both ground water professionals and well owners is one of our top priorities. Do your part to protect and manage ground water resources.
Well owners: An annual water well checkup is the best way for you to do your part to protect valuable water resources. Contact a qualified well contractor or pump installer contractor to ensure problem-free service and quality water. Visit our member directory to find a water well driller or pump installer near you.
Do your part to protect our valuable ground water resource.
Disclaimer: Information is provided as a courtesy to its members and the general public. It is not to be used for commercial solicitation.