In addition to NEIWPCC, others involved with or assisting in wastewater certification and/or training include the New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA), Massachusetts Water Pollution Control Association (MWPCA), Massachusetts Rural Water Association (MRWA), US EPA – New England, and the Upper Blackstone Water Pollution Abatement District. Representatives of these organizations have formed a Training Advisory Committee (TAC) that steers the direction of the wastewater operator training program.
MassDEP and the Board of Certification will continue to be involved by continuing to approve courses for TCHs, grading of treatment plants, developing questions for the certification examination, and issuing emergency certifications and other statutory requirements.
NEIWPCC’s comprehensive Training Catalog includes our current regional training courses, along with classes associated with the Massachusetts operator training program (preparatory courses for certification exams). Registration fees now reflect the increased need for the program to be self–supporting. In addition, credit card payments are now accepted.
NEW! For information on how to become a wastewater treatment plant operator in Massachusetts, please view our short webinar, Becoming a Certified Wastewater Operator in Massachusetts (the slides in this webinar may be viewed separately here), and/or download our “How To” document.
To assist wastewater operators, the following contact list is being provided.
Wastewater Operator Certification and Training
Bureau of Water Resources