The national voice for the wastewater management industry

The Power of NAWT Membership at Work for You.

Become a NAWT Member

NAWT members enjoy these benefits and more:

  • $100 Off Training Certificates
  • One Free Admission to WWETT (formerly Pumper Expo)
  • Free Annual Pumper Subscription
  • 19% Off Verizon Wireless*
  • Endorsed Property & Casualty Insurance
  • National Representation & Industry Professionalism
  • NAWT’s National Training & Certificate Programs

*Certain restrictions apply

Training is the Key to Your Success.

NAWT training programs are tailored for pumpers, service providers, installers, inspectors, consultants and engineers. They include:

  • Basic and Inspector Training
  • Operations and maintenance
  • Vacuum Truck Technician
  • Onsite Installer
  • Waste Treatment Symposium
Learn more about Training

Upcoming Training

  • Soils Workshop
    October 19&20

  • NAWT Inspector Training
    November 12-13
    Strasburg, CO
    Contact: Kim Seipp - - Tel: 720-626-8989

    NAWT Operation & Maintenance I
    January 14-15 2016
    Strasburg, CO
    Contact: Kim Seipp - 720.626.8989 -

    NAWT Operation & Maintenance II
    February 18-19 2016
    Strasburg, CO
    Contact: Kim Seipp - 720.626.8989 -

  • Vacuum Truck Driver Workshop (During DOWRA Conference)
    October 15

  • Vacuum Truck Workshop
    Jan 12, 2016
    Contact: 800-236-6298

  • Installer Workshop
    Dec 11, 2015
    Contact: Lee Orton - (402) 476-0162 -

  • Inspection Re-Certification
    Oct 23, 2015
    Albuquerque, New Mexico
    Contact: Bill McKinstry at 505-989-7676 or Gene Bassett at 505-264-5626

  • Inspection Training & Certification
    Feb 1-2, 2016
    Laughlin, NV
    Contact: Bernadette Capossela, 520-621-3691,
    More Info

    Inspection ReCertification
    Feb 2, 2016
    Contact: Bernadette Capossela, 520-621-3691,
    More Info

EPA MOU Partnership
Releases Papers Supporting the Onsite Wastewater Industry

Each paper focuses on one of four topic areas of decentralized wastewater treatment, demonstrating how decentralized wastewater treatment can be: (1) a sensible solution; (2) cost effective and economical; (3) green and sustainable; and (4) protective of the environment, public health, and water quality.

Learn More


Wednesday, Feb. 17 –
Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016

Register Here

We want to hear what YOU have to say!

Coming Soon:
NAWT Education Sub-committee presents:
Hydraulic Load Test Standard DRAFT HLT Procedure Document Draft
More HLT Discussion for Part II

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