Volunteers sought for AWWA metering pumps committee

July 1, 2015

DENVER — Terms will last three years, and members can be reappointed for additional service.

DENVER — The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is looking for volunteers for its Progressive Cavity Chemical Metering Pumps Committee, according to a press release.

The mission of the group is “to develop and maintain standards and related manuals according to procedures outlined in the Standards Program Operating Procedures,” noted the release. Volunteers should have five years of experience in the focus area.

AWWA membership is not required for participation, stated the release. The committee chair or another designee will review all applications and approve new members.

Terms will last three years, and members can be reappointed for additional terms, reported the release. Volunteers are expected to commit two to four hours per month to the team.

The committee is organized under the board of directors, shared the release. A chair will be selected based on interest in and knowledge of the subject.

You can find the entire release here.

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