CWWA Committees

Wastewater and Stormwater Water and Energy EfficiencyDrinking Water QualitySecurity and Emergency Management Biosolid Climate Change

CWWA has established both Networks and Committees on key subjects of interest to members and non-members.

Committees are composed of members only. An exception will be made to include chairs of parallel committees from Member Associations.

Committees are intended to provide a pool of experts CWWA staff can consult with when developing policy and position statements on key issues. Committee members provide advice and expertise on technical matters. Committees are also intended to represent member interests on technological issues.

Each Committee is headed by a Chair who is responsible for identifying key issues to the staff leading any Committee meetings, and aiding in the clarification of Committee positions.

CWWA has developed an Administrative Policy for its Committees that outlines the difference between our Committees and Networks, as well as describes the procedure for meetings, and adding new members.

Wastewater and Stormwater Committee

Chair:Tony Van Rossum , City of London
Terms of Reference
The purpose and function of the Effluent Discharges Committee is to:

National Water and Energy Efficiency Committee

Chair: Kevin Reilly, H2O Innovation , BC
Terms of Reference
The purpose and function of the CWWA’s Energy and Water Efficiency Committee is:

Drinking Water Quality Committee

Chair: Klas Ohman, Associated Engineering
Terms of Reference

The purpose and function of the Drinking Water Quality Committee is to:

Water Security and Emergency Management Committee

Chair: Pat Bellemare, Halifax Water
Terms of Reference
The purpose and function of the Security Committee is to:

Biosolids Committee

Chair: Michael Payne, Black Lake Environmental
Terms of Reference
The purpose and function of the Biosolids and Sludge/Septage Committee is to:

Climate Change Committee

Chair: Hiran Sandanayake, City of Ottawa

Terms of Reference:

CWWA Climate Change Committee – Terms of Reference

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