The Minnesota Onsite Wastewater Association (MOWA) represents those individuals and companies in Minnesota whose business is involved in designing, constructing or providing maintenance and repair service for onsite sewage treatment systems, commonly known as septic systems. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) currently estimates that there are 491,000+ individual sewage treatment systems (SSTS) in Minnesota.Founded in 1975, MOWA has over 400 members and is a non-profit business association whose primary objective is the betterment of public health through sound principles and procedures.
Benefits of Membership Include: Legislative watchdog following local and national industry issues, Ability to influence state and national rules & policy, Substantial business insurance savings, Ongoing education, Free directory and web site listings, Annual Winter Convention, Summer Soils Seminar, Access to Association logos to distinguish your company … [Read More...]
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Common Questions Asked of the Pumper SSTS Professional What is a Pumper How often should I pump my septic tank? The answer to this question depends directly on how the household uses the system. Variables such as how many people reside in the home, garbage disposal use, age of the system, how much entertaining is done, … [Read More...]
Come grow with us …Our membership includes: Installers, Pumpers, Designers, Professionals, Inspectors Engineers, Soil Scientists, Operator/ Maintenance Providers, Government Regulators, Educators, Manufacturers, Suppliers, Students and any others interested in Minnesota’s wastewater industry. Membership Application/Renewal Note: All forms are downloadable PDF files. Fill … [Read More...]