GAWP began working in 1932 on drinking water treatment education and training. Since then, GAWP has expanded to address wastewater treatment, water resources and stormwater management, water conservation, utility management and customer service, and the broad realm of activities required to responsibly manage Georgia water resources. In addition, the Association has increased the scope of its activities and the depth of its involvement, becoming a prominent and authoritative source of information on water-related issues to the General Assembly and If you are not an active member, we encourage and invite you to consider joining others who have decided to be a part of this preeminent environmental association. If you are an active member, we appreciate your continued support and welcome your input.
The Georgia Association of Water Professionals educates, provides professional development and promotes sound public policy in the water resources and related environmental fields.