The Arizona Water Well Association was formed in 1957. Without direction for many years, the group reorganized in 1977 to become an effective voice for the state’s water well industry, and continuously assists the members of the Arizona water well industry.
AzWWA’s objectives are to assist promote and support the interests and welfare of all phases of the water well industry. To achieve these, it works to advance well construction and development methods and to advance the science of ground water hydrology. Harmony and cooperation are sought among contractors, suppliers, technical personnel and government agencies.
To help meet these objectives, Arizona Water Well Association offers members a quarterly newsletter (” Well Said”), a membership directory, meetings, and educational seminars throughout the state. It has also created a state-wide public relations program.
Arizona Water Well Association assists in developing state licensing requirements and work on ground water and drilling controls.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
WELL OWNERS NETWORK
by Water Systems Council
by National Ground Water Association
Free Online Program Educates Homeowners with Water Wells
University of Illinois
Water Storage Tank Disinfection Testing and Maintenance,
University of Arizona Bulletin AZ1856
Arizona Wells: Maintaining and Troubleshooting Wells
University of Arizona Bulletin AZ1851
Shouldn’t We Be More Concerned About the Quality of Water from Private Water Wells? by Gary L. Hix, R.G.; CWD/PI
Workshop: Water Well and Pump Performance
Thursday, November, 21 2013
Inefficient wells cost millions of dollars in increased pumping costs and in unnecessary increments to the nation’s carbon footprint. Well efficiency techniques and recent pump, and pump motor technology advances provide ways to reduce operation costs. This technical workshop program will show how major water users can save energy, manage resources efficiently and reduce infrastructure costs. This program is for consultants, engineers & designers and for well operators, pump and well contractors, utility managers, irrigators, owners and end-users. Just one tip on well & pump operation or problem-solving diagnosis could save you thousands of dollars in operation costs and reduce replacement expense by extending the asset value of your wells & pumps.
American Ground Water Trust
Registration and program information at: www.agwt.org/events
Questions: Call 800-423-7748 (9 to 4 Eastern time)
Saturday, January 25, 2014
Gateway Community College
Number of people attending _______
Fax registration to 480-609-3939 or mail to:950 E. Baseline Rd. #104-1025, Tempe, AZ 85283