Connecticut Section / American Water Works Association (CTAWWA)

  New Haven Connecticut USA


welfare by assuring drinking water of unquestionable quality and sufficient quantity.

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Municipal / Utility - Small, Industrial - z.Other Manufacturing Operations, z-OTHER


The Connecticut Section of AWWA (CTAWWA) is dedicated to the promotion of public health and welfare by assuring drinking water of unquestionable quality and sufficient quantity. The Section is comprised of about 600 members and represents more than 60 utilities that supply water to approximately 2.5 million Connecticut residents. The Connecticut Section is part of the American Water Works Association, the largest nonprofit, scientific, and educational association dedicated to managing and treating water and providing solutions to improve public health, protect the environment, strengthen the economy, and enhance our quality of life.

• To become an effective instrument of change by advancing the technologies, science, and governmental policies relative to the public drinking water profession’s role in the stewardship of water resources

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Member Information

Member Focus

Source Water Management, Stormwater, Quality, Treatment & Remediation, Planning, Design, Engineering & Consulting, Operator / Operations & Management, Construction (see also Infrastructure), Infrastructure, Storage & Distribution

Member Interests

Water Quality, Sustainability / Green Initiatives, Source Water, Research, Technology & Innovation, Storms & Stormwater, Industry / Industrial Processes

Member Benefits

Membership benefits include:
• Stay informed -- As part of the AWWA community, you get the latest information on the state of water infrastructure, treatment, quality, regulation, legislation, distribution, sustainability and more, covering the full spectrum of the water cycle.
• Learn and grow -- AWWA provides hundreds of learning opportunities each year. Members can build and expand their professional networks at AWWA conferences, local Section events, and through online opportunities.
• Shape how water works -- AWWA is committed to both water safety and smart regulation. AWWA testifies before the US Congress and communicates regularly with regulators, public officials, health organizations, the media and consumers.
• Save time and resources -- AWWA is your one-stop resource for information on water. Enjoy discounts on AWWA products and events.
• Make a local connection -- When you join AWWA, you automatically become part of your local Section, giving you the opportunity to engage at a local level.

Member Contact

Peter Bocciarelli, CTAWWA Membership Chair

Romana Longo, Membership Committee

Dan Lesnieski, Membership Committee

Cubby Thompson, Membership Committee

Gary Simard, Membership Committee

Thomas Loto, Membership Committee

Laurie Bessette, Membership Committee

Contact Information


90 Sargent Drive


New Haven Connecticut 06511





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