PNCWA Calendar ProjectCall for Photographs

Preview some of the entries!

The PNCWA Board is creating a calendar for 2017. PNCWA is a family of outstanding professionals who work hard to protect the environment and recover our resources. The calendar will highlight the people, projects, and facilities that show the best of our industry in the Pacific Northwest.

All entries will be exhibited online, and the calendar will be handed out at the Bend PNCWA2016 Conference. This entry was submitted by Paul Schuler, GE, and the photo is credited to Casey Fisher, City of Coeur d’Alene.  The aerial photo is of the City of Coeur d’Alene's WWTP, and you can read more about the history of the facility in a history written by  Utility Superintendent Sid Fredrickson. Paul Schuler is a PNCWA Past President, and both Casey Fisher and Sid Fredrickson are recipients of the William D. Hatfield Award. Casey Fisher also served as a PNCWA regional Director for Idaho. Go Team PNCWA! Continue reading about the history of the department and the plant here: ► Continue Reading

PNCWA Environmental Stewardship Scholarships  APPLY ONLINE

Deadline: May 22, 2016 at 11:59 pm MDT (Midnight)


For applicants intending to pursue a career in the water environment field.

1. The applicant must enroll as a full-time college student (by September of the award year) that allows them to pursue a professional career (e.g., engineer, operator, lab analyst) in the water environment field.
2. Applicant may be attending or accepted to enroll in either a 2 or 4-year institution and be pursuing either Associates, Bachelors, and/or Master’s degrees

Award recipients also receive complimentary membership in PNCWA and WEF  ► and are invited to attend the PNCWA Annual Conference in the fall of the year.

Welcome to PNCWA

Membership in PNCWA offers great opportunities for individual and professional involvement in a versatile and active environmental association. PNCWA, along with the Water Environment Association (WEF), offer a wide range of resources for individuals to contribute to the water environment profession.
PNCWA promotes the professional development of our members, the dissemination of information to the public and policy makers, and the advancement of science and technology needed to protect human health and the environment.
We welcome you to PNCWA and look forward to your support and involvement. (Pictured are the Volunteer leaders of the PNCWA Board, Committee Chairs, Vice Chairs, and Communication Liaisons from the April 22 meeting at Kennedy School in Portland).