Rural Water App Store

“There’s an app for that” The National Rural Water Association has partnered with Canvas to provide water utilities a platform for fast, easy, paperless form entry. Fill out water utility reports and

Introducing

VRWA introduces “RuralWaterImpact” to its members. Need a new website or just need to start one; they are the ones to contact. Let “RuralWaterImpact” staff work for you. It is simple and

CEU Plan courses are now available exclusively through VRWA

CEU Plan is pleased to announce formation of a new partnership with the Virginia Rural Water Association (VRWA) to help operators meet their continuing education needs in the State of Virginia with

Team Rural Water!

Team Rural Water has done it again, working 24 hours a day/7 days a week, 365 days a year…….check it out!

Fleet Purchase Programs

The National Rural Water Association and the Ford Motor Company have created a partnership to offer special fleet discounts to State Rural Water Associations and their members.  Have you driven a Ford lately?

25% Discount on Fees for User Rate Studies

Carl Brown Consulting is granting 25% discounts on fees to Virginia Rural Water Association members for utility user rate studies. More

Need New Billing Software?

VRWA offers powerful and easy-to-use utility billing software and services at a price that fits every budget. Learn more – QS/1 VRWA Billing Software Program: Sponsored by QS/1 Governmental Solutions  Get new

Method Update Rule

EPA has changed the acceptance criteria for wastewater testing under 40 CFR 136 to the approved date of the method; 1997 to present. The 18th and 19th Editions of Standard Methods are

NRWA Mobile App

The NRWA app contains 14 calculators for common water formulas, including Dose, Chlorine Demand and Filtration Rate. The app also includes access to the NRWA News Pipeline which will provide updates on

Notice of Intended Regulatory Action (NOIRA)

Environmental laboratories are required by §2.2-1105 of the Code of Virginia to be certified before submitting data to the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) under Virginia’s air, water, and waste laws and