Water and wastewater operators can now access thousands of tools and resources tailored to small community needs at WaterOperator.org. Originally launched in 2010 under the name SmallWaterSupply.org, the mobile-friendly web portal includes technical documents, links to training opportunities, information on tribal assistance providers and certification program resources.
Click here for a list of websites links, including the nine state health departments in our coverage area, which can help you navigate the continuously updated chain of information. Links compiled by Kristina Hartley, Technical Assistance Provider for MAP.
The Individual Well Program (IWP) is funded by the US Environmental Protection Agency on a national scale to develop and utilize a new assessment tool and host educational workshops on how to identify potential well issues, including contamination threats. MAP will provide assistance and essential tools needed to protect and improve the water quality of wells in unregulated well owner communities. For more information about private wells, Click Here.
MAP staff will provide expert training focused on meeting the needs of your community. We have training programs specifically for board members, council members, city clerks and operators. Select your state below to see upcoming training near you:
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MAP currently has job openings for Project Managers/Technical Assistance Providers with strong water operator and wastewater operator skills/experience in Wyoming, Minnesota and South Dakota. See job description in Employment section. To apply, email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com or mail: Midwest Assistance Program, Attn: Human Resources, 303 N. Market St., Suite 2, Maryville, MO 64468
Midwest Assistance Program, Inc. is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Find out how to become a water/wastewater operator in your state. Click here to view the brochures.
303 N Market St., Suite 2
Maryville, MO 64468