The Alliance of Indiana Rural Water is a non-profit membership association of over 800 water and wastewater systems and related professionals and is Indiana"s ONLY representative to the National Rural Water Association. NRWA is the nation"s largest utility association with 31,000 members. Our affiliation with NRWA provides the only cohesive voice representing water and wastewater systems, together leading the way in rural water legislation.
SepticSmart Decentralized Wastewater WebcastThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announces it"s fourth annual SepticSmart Week – September 19-23, 2016. EPA’s SepticSmart initiative is a nation-wide public education effort that aims to inform homeowners living on properties serviced by septic systems on the importance of properly maintaining their septic system and provide valuable resources to help homeowners make important decisions regarding their wastewater management needs.
Join in the SepticSmart Decentralized Wastewater Webcast on September 8, 2016 at 1:00pm. This webinar will explore tools and outreach efforts for the upcoming SepticSmart Week. More Info…
Failing septic systems can potentially contaminate drinking water sources. The Alliance of Indiana Rural Water is requesting that our member utility systems keep their customers informed by making this information available either by displaying it in your offices or by posting it on your websites.
Critical Infrastructure and Pokemon Go
The National Rural Water Association has a new series of affinity programs to support small water and wastewater utilities across the country.
These unique and valuable programs and services are only available to our members!
Who Should Attend? This webinar is open to states, primacy agencies, tribes, community planners, water systems, academia, and those seeking further explanation of the Lead and Copper Rule.
Who Should Attend? State primacy agencies, tribes, community planners, technical assistance providers, academia, and water systems interested in issues facing community water systems and solutions to help solve them.
NetDMR – Have You Signed Up?!If you aren"t already signed up, this is the year! (IDEM will not be accepting any paper DMRs/MROs/MMRs after November 2016.) We know that changing the way you"re used to doing things can be daunting, but that"s where we come in! Our wastewater circuit riders have helped numerous system specialists get signed up, and are trained and ready to help you. We can come to you, or we also offer lab sessions at our conference so that IDEM personnel can help you get signed up one on one. Either way you"ll walk away confident in your ability to submit DMRs/MROs/MMRs! Contact us for more info on conference lab session times.
IDEM – NetDMR Info Page
Message to NPDES and IWP Permit Holders