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    CENTRAL STATES WATER ENVIRONMENT ASSOCIATION

    A water quality education and networking association covering Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota

    Wheaton Sanitary District | Wheaton, IL

  • City of Racine, WI

  • Western Lake Superior SD

  • Blue Lake WWTP | Shakopee, MN

  • City of Faribault, MN

  • NEW Water Effluent | Green Bay, WI

  • Village of Wauconda, IL

  • Western Lake Superior SD | Duluth, MN

  • Northern Moraine WRD | Island Lake, IL

News & Announcements

CSWEA 94th Annual Meeting – Attendee Registration Now Open!

Attendee Registration Now Open!

The CSWEA 94th Annual Meeting will be held virtually from May 17-20, 2021. CSWEA invites you to join us at this virtual event. We are offering an excellent technical track, workshops, poster sessions, virtual social events, a great selection of exhibitors and product showcases and more!

Register Today!

Attendees: Info | Agenda/Technical SessionsAttendee Registration

Exhibitors & Sponsors: Info  |  Exibitor Registration  |  Sponsor Registration

CSWEA Call for Webinars

Central States Water Environment Association is continuing to build our webinar series and we are looking for presenters who are interested in sharing their topics online. All topics will be considered and all webinars qualify for PDH’s. You may submit online via the link below.

Biosolids and COVID-19 Factsheet

With the emergence of the 2019-2020 Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, the fate of the virus in wastewater treatment operations and biosolids and potential health risks have become subjects of public interest. Therefore, IAWA, Illinois Water Environment Association, and Central States Water Environment Association worked jointly to prepare this fact sheet on the safety of biosolids with respect to COVID-19. The fact sheet is intended to be used mainly as a resource to address questions from individuals regarding biosolids and COVID-19.

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LIFT – CSWEA INNOVATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE

 

CSWEA is now a LIFT Affiliate!

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CSWEA CERTIFIED OPERATOR TRAINING PROGRAM

 

NEW PROGRAM – REGISTER TODAY!

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Upcoming Events



tue20apr(apr 20)2:00 pmCSWEA Social Hour

Event Details

Tuesday, April 20th from 2 to 2:30pm

Come learn and talk about CSWEA membership, events and resources.  Meet other CSWEA members and grow your network!

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thu22apr(apr 22)10:00 amCSWEA Operator Training Webinar - Activated Sludge 21.5 CEU's for IL, WI & MN Operators / 1.8 PDH's for all Professional Engineers

Event Details

COST:
$20 – Members (Discount Code: CSWEA)
$25 – Non-Members
$5 – Student (Discount Code: Student)
$5 – International (Discount Code: International)

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wed28apr(apr 28)5:59 pm2021 Virtual Midwest Student Design CompetitionWednesday, April 28th 2021

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VIRTUAL EVENT – SAVE THE DATE!

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wed05may(may 5)10:00 amCSWEA Operator Training Webinar - Fundamentals of Solids Handling1.5 CEU's for IL, WI & MN Operators / 1.8 PDH's for all Professional Engineers

Event Details

COST:
$20 – Members (Discount Code: CSWEA)
$25 – Non-Members
$5 – Student (Discount Code: Student)
$5 – International (Discount Code: International)

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thu06may(may 6)11:00 amCSWEA Webinar Series: Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)

Event Details

A CSWEA Pretreatment and Laboratory Committee –IL section Webinar Series

11:30am – 1:15pm

Cost:
$15 Members (Code: CSWEA)
$20 Non-Members
$5 Students & International (Code: Students)

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Founded by CSWEA, Global Water Stewardship resolves sanitation issues in the developing world by educating people and engineering sustainable centralized solutions that keep waterways clean and communities healthy.

Mission Statement

To provide a Water Environment Federation (WEF) organization (Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin) offering multiple opportunities for the exchange of water quality knowledge and experiences among its members and the public and to foster a greater awareness of water quality achievements and challenges.
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