Utilities fight Michigan’s post-Flint lead regulation

Michigan businesses are discharging contaminants into water

Coalition of Detroit area officials sue state to stop new lead rules 

WARN: Mutual Aid and Assistance for Drinking Water and Wastewater Utilities

Managing Public Water Infrastructure with Resource Constraints

Want further opportunities to take practice tests after completing an MRWA Review Class?

Jump Start Testing is a downloadable application to a smart phone, tablet, or computer, where operators can take practice sample operator tests wherever they have internet access. Practice questions, along with correct answers and references are available for Water Treatment, Water Distribution, Wastewater Treatment Biological, and Collections for all. Or, use it throughout the year to get a "Jump Start" on preparing for the MRWA Review Classes. http://www.jumpstarttesting.net

Tracer Wire Guide
(Adobe PDF File)
Get to Know Michigan's Lead & Copper Rule
Through a special collaboration between the American Public Works Association Michigan Chapter, the Michigan Municipal League, Michigan Rural Water Association, Michigan Section of the American Water Works Association, the Michigan Township Association and the South East Council of Governments, events highlighting key points in Michigan’s new Lead & Copper Rule have been conducted over the past four months. Questions raised during these events are compiled here in Q&A form to serve as a resource.
Download the pdf below for the results.
(Adobe PDF File)
2019 MRWA Annual Conference
March 19 - Pre-Conference Classes
March 20-22 Conference
Grand Traverse Resort

Registration form below. For the most recent agenda, visit the Annual Conference page on the Events Tab.

We need your help.
Awards Nominations - feel free to nominate yourself
Scholarship Applications - Eligible to high school seniors whose parent works for an organization that is an MRWA member
Forms for each of these items are below.
2019 Exhibitor Packet
(Adobe PDF File)