The Ontario Pollution Control Equipment Organization connects manufacturers and distributors with firms in need of water and air pollution control equipment or services.
The OWWA is a non-profit volunteer organization of more than 1,400 water professionals dedicated to developing solutions for effecter water management in Ontario.
OOWA is dedicated to representing and educating members of the onsite and decentralized wastewater industry in Ontario
The CWWA is a non-profit national body representing Canada’s public sector municipal water and wastewater services as well as their private sector suppliers and partners.
The Ontario Good Roads Association represents transportation and public works interests through advocacy, consultation, training and service delivery.
The Ontario Association of Sewage Industry Services is a provincial association representing septic pumpers and haulers, sewage system installers and portable toilet professionals.
The WEF is a non-profit technical and educational organization and the WEAO’s parent organization. The WEF promotes water quality education, training, business opportunities and associations such as the WEAO around the world.
The Environmental Approvals Branch of the Ministry of the Environment (EAB) and the Water Environment Association of Ontario (WEAO) have formed a Wastewater Practitioner's Working Group (WPG) to create a forum for discussion on municipal, industrial and storm water management. Both groups will contribute to the information exchange, the technical discussions, training and finding opportunities for improvement of the Approvals process and its operational practices.