Florida Water Environment Association

Calendar of Events


June 2023
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Events available for Registration...

Manasota Chapter Sponsorship 2022
5/26/2022 - 1/31/2023
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Southwest Chapter FY22/23 Gold Sponsor
6/20/2022 - 1/31/2023
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Collection Systems Committee Sponsorship
7/22/2022 - 2/28/2023
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WR3 2022-2023 Sponsorship
8/12/2022 - 3/31/2023
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FWEA Student and Young Professional Sponsorship
11/21/2022 - 3/31/2023
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Leadership Development Workshop
2/5/2023 - 2/6/2023
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FWEA West Coast Chapter First Quarter 2023 Winter Luncheon
2/9/2023
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Central Florida Chapter / Air Quality Committee Technical Luncheon
2/15/2023
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FWEA Operations Challenge Kickoff
2/15/2023
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Air Quality Seminar
2/22/2023
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Collection Systems Committee 2023 Seminar
2/22/2023
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South Chapter (In Person) Meeting: Elevating our Island Paradise: Key Biscayne?s Comprehensive Approach to Resilient Infrastructure.
2/23/2023
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2023 FWEA WCC 8th Annual Sporting Clays Tournament
2/24/2023
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Clarifier Technical Workshop
2/28/2023
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Southwest Chapter 8th Annual Sporting Clays Charity Tournament
3/3/2023
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FWEA / AWWA 2023 WaterChats Interactive Career Fair at USF
3/9/2023
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FWEA WR3 Committee 2023 Spring Seminar
4/13/2023
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Events in the month of June 2023
6/19/2023

Effective Utility Management Workshop:

Your Path to Sustainability  

This workshop will help utilities address a full range of challenges and move toward sustainable management of their operations and infrastructure.
  • Conduct the EUM Self-Assessment the results from which participants can use to spark and support further dialog within their utility about areas for potential improvement and further use of the EUM framework.
  • Equip participants to create an internal team and utilize the EUM framework to assess utility conditions and create a plan for improving.
  • Create an opportunity to learn from peers about their challenges, successes, and plans for improving the future. 
Utilities will learn how to make improvements in the Ten Attributes and Five Keys to Management Success, at a pace consistent with their most pressing challenges. 

This program is presented by the FWEA Utility Management Committee in partnership with U.S. EPA. 

Details coming soon. 

SPONSORS