Texas Water Utilities Association is the premier educator for water professionals in the state of Texas.
The Texas Water Utilities Association is a water utility, member-centered organization. We provide training programs, technical publications, and mutual problem solving opportunities for those employed in, or otherwise interested in, the water utility industry.Our goal is to assist our members in providing improved services to mankind in their public health and environmental endeavors.
Unsung Heroes Movie Trailer
Unsung Heroes of the Water Profession – TWUA recently completed the remake of the association’s video (Every Minute). This remake demonstrates the treatment processes and job tasks performed daily by the Professional Operators across the state. The association feels this video would be ideal for presentations to schools, civic clubs, and governing boards.
TWUA will soon offer online training to better meet your needs! Click the link below to see TWUA’s vision for online training.
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V.M. Ehlers Foundation
The V. M. Ehlers Foundation, Inc. was organized in 1959 to honor and memorialize Mr. Victor M. Ehlers, who passed away on March 29, 1959 after a distinguished career in the water utilities profession. Mr. Ehlers, or "Vic" as he was known to his friends, was instrumental in the formation of what is now the largest organization of its type in the world - the Texas Water Utilities Association.
Meet Allen Schreiber, TWUA President
"I am pleased and excited to have the opportunity to further our mission as an association. As your president, I look forward to a productive year in this new leadership role."
From the desk of Russell Hamilton
“2015 Annual School Update”
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List of TCEQ accredited laboratories
The Texas Water Utilities Association is pleased to announce the following winners of the 2015 Poster/Essay Contest. We had a very large turnout this year, with over 750 submissions, and would like to thank all of the students that participated. We would also like to thank all of the teachers and schools for their continued support in helping to educate about the importance of water.
The following table is a list of reservoirs around Texas and their current water levels as of July 2014 (see last column). Those under 50% are listed in blue and those under 30% in red.
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