The conference will cover several topics related to public water issues
The National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA) will offer “Public Water Issues: A Conference for Communities, Contractors and Consulting Professionals,” in Garden Grove, Calif., on May 9.
This one-day conference will address, among other topics:
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Similar to other industries, education for water professionals is an ongoing process. From advancing with the Water Quality Association’s certification exams to building hands-on experience in the field, to attending various educational sessions—education takes many years, a lot of hard work and dedication.
The word education is derived from the Latin “educare” meaning to raise, to bring up, to train, and while educational tools come in different forms, their purpose is always to encourage and enable individuals to fully develop their potentials.
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