ASSOCIATIONS AND TRADE ORGANIZATIONS
The American Water Works Association creates standards and guidelines for keeping water safe for consumers. EJ meets and exceeds the AWWA's standards on all water products including; the FlowMaster® Valve and the WaterMaster® 5CD250 Fire Hydrants.
Learn more at www.awwa.org
The American National Standards Institute oversees the creation and implementation of norms and guidelines that directly impact businesses in every sector.
Learn more at www.ansi.org
The American Public Works Association is an international educational and professional association of public agencies, private sector companies, and individuals dedicated to providing high quality public works goods and services. APWA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, incorporated in the state of Illinois. The APWA exists to help develop and support businesses and people who build and maintain our local communities.
Learn more at www.apwa.net
Founded in 1899, the American Society of Landscape Architects is the national professional association for landscape architects, representing 17,000 members in 48 professional chapters and 68 student chapters. The Society's mission is to lead, to educate, and to participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments.
Learn more at www.asla.org
The National Utility Contractors Association exists to improve the operational proficiency and financial performance of its member companies by providing services that focus on shared industry issues. NUCA unites the underground utility construction industry under its leadership and speaks with one clear, authoritative voice as it promotes and defends the interests of all stakeholders. Member companies of the NUCA have the freedom to operate in an open and competitive business environment where they can realize their highest potential and achieve sustained profitability.
Individuals within our member companies have the opportunity to develop professional talents and skills to their highest potential and attain desired career aspirations. Underground utility systems and facilities are recognized as vital national assets, and those who build and maintain them have the public's confidence and respect. All Americans have access to the utility services they need and desire.
Learn more at www.nuca.com
The National Rural Water Association, through its state affiliates, is the largest water and wastewater utility membership organization in the nation representing over 26,696 public water and wastewater utilities. While membership includes utilities of all sizes, they primarily service populations of 10,000 or less and comprise 94% of the public water systems in America.
Learn more at nrwa.org
The National Precast Concrete Association is an international trade association that represents manufacturers of plant produced precast concrete products and companies that provide the equipment, supplies and services to make these products.
Founded in 1965, NPCA connects leaders in the manufactured concrete industry through educational, leadership and networking opportunities. The association currently represents more than 1,100 companies that are committed to expanding the use of quality precast concrete. NPCA also provides technical and production information through eight product committees, which consist of members who concentrate on specific product lines within the precast industry.
Learn more at precast.org
The Water and Sewer Distributors of America (WASDA) is comprised of over 100 distributors and manufacturers of waterworks and wastewater products. Formed in 1979, WASDA's mission is to promote the waterworks/wastewater products distribution industry, and to further improve the image and professionalism of WASDA and its member companies.
Learn more at www.wasda.com