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Alaska Training and Technical
ATTAC provides training and technical assistance related to drinking water for small, rural communities.
Office of Water Programs
The Office of Water Programs at the California State University, Sacramento (CSUS) College of Engineering and Computer Science provides distance learning courses for persons interested in the operation and maintenance of drinking water and wastewater facilities.
Midwest Technology Assistance Centers
The Midwest Technology Assistance Center for Small Public Water Systems (MTAC) cooperates closely with other regional technology assistance centers established by the USEPA, and with other partner agencies and organizations in order to ensure efficient response to the highest priority needs of small public water systems and Indian Tribal systems in the Midwest.
Technical Assistance Center for Water Quality
The mission of the Technical Assistance Center for Water Quality at Western Kentucky University is to assist small public water systems in meeting the requirements and goals of the Safe Drinking Water Act passed by the U.S. Congress.
Montana Water Center
The Montana Water Center is producing multimedia training tools for small public water system operations, technical assistance providers and professionals as a part of it's function as the oldest of eight EPA Technical Assistance Centers.
New England Water Treatment Technology Assistance Center
The NEWTTAC, located on the campus of the University of New Hampshire in Durham, specializes in multidisciplinary research and development and in piloting, verifying, and making available innovative, water treatment technologies.
Small Public Water System Technology Assistance Center
Located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the mission of the SPWSTAC includes training for small public water system operators and the trainers who instruct them. The technical assistance centers also serve as a source of information related to the performance and operational needs of small public water systems.
Regional Small Public Water System Technology Assistance Center
Provides technical and instructional support to Southeastern small public water systems about alternatives in complying with increased technical, monitoring, and reporting requirements mandated by the Safe Drinking Water Act.
West Virginia Environmental Training Center
The WVETC provides training and technical assistance to wastewater and water professionals statewide.
West Virginia Section of American Water Works Association
West Virginia Water Environment Association
The major function of the Association is to assist and educate our membership in matters related to the wastewater industry by sponsoring classes throughout the state and by helping our members in all areas of the operations of their facilities.