The 1840s: Not a Good Time for White House Water
Wow--it’s February! This cold-weather month is already here. Presidents’ Day in the United States is here as well. I was doing some research on U.S. presidents and water policy and found some information about the White House and its water supply, and the link to three U.S. presidents (more) ...
The purpose of the FWPCOA is to protect the health of the citizens & preserve the natural resources We accomplish this by advancing the professional status of water and wastewater operators, providing a licensing system, and arranging training programs. The association works in cooperation with the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association (FS/AWWA), the Florida Water Environment Association (FWEA), the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), the Florida Department of Health and the Florida Educational System.
The FWPCOA is an organization of members who are engaged in the production, treatment and distribution of drinking water; the collection, treatment and disposal of wastewater; and/or the collection and treatment of stormwater. Our goal is to provide quality technical training and outreach to system operators on issues and topics that impacts the services we provide and our role as water, wastewater, and stormwater specialists.
To help organize and provide better service, the state of Florida is divided into 13 regions.