Florida Water Environment Association

Calendar of Events

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South Chapter Annual Sponsorship 2023
6/22/2023 - 2/29/2024
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WR3 2023-2024 Sponsorship
7/14/2023 - 4/30/2024
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FWEA Student and Young Professional Sponsorship
11/15/2023 - 5/30/2024
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Air Quality Seminar

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CFC Ops Challenge Happy Hour Featuring Polk County Utilities Bio-Wizards
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FWEA West Coast Chapter 9th Annual Sporting Clays Tournament
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Southwest Chapter 9th Annual Sporting Clays Charity Tournament

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FWEA Central Florida Chapter - Walk In Their Shoes
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2024 FSAWWA Region II & FWEA First Coast Spring Luncheon
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FWEA Treasure Coast 2nd Annual Clay Shooting Fundraiser
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FWEA Collections Committee Sponsorship
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Events in the month of October 2023
The FWEA Utility Council is hosting an in-person meeting. Please contact the UC Admin for additional details.
Join FWEA CFC and FSAWWA Region III for a panel discussion with local utility leaders. Panelists to be released soon.

Registration includes lunch:
$25 for FWEA & FSAWWA members, $30 for non-members
After 10/4 registration cost increases to $30 for members and $35 for non-members.
Sponsors to redeem complimentary tickets by 10/4.

Check-in and lunch to start at 11:30 am and program to begin at 12:00 pm.

FWEA CFC and FSAWWA Region III sponsors are able to redeem up to two complimentary registration tickets by 10/4 for each organization sponsored.

Members of FWEA's Central Florida Chapter (CFC) and student groups from the University of Central Florida (UCF) will be visiting Orange County Utilities (OCU) Southern Regional Water Supply Facility for a plant tour. The water plant treats groundwater using ozonation, fluoridation and chlorination and is equipped with a 1.2 megawatt (MW) floating solar array on-site which generates electricity to send back into the grid. Throughout this tour, students will learn about water treatment plant unit processes and gain insight into ways Utilities implement sustainability in engineered systems!