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Practical Courses for Water, Wastewater, Stormwater and Flood Control Professionals

Water professionals are responsible for protecting and improving the quality and quantity of water resources in our communities. Enroll now in a course from UW-Madison, specially designed for professionals engaged in the design, operation and maintenance of public water supplies, wastewater collection and treatment systems, stormwater management programs and flood control systems. All our courses are approved for Professional Engineering Continuing Education credit.

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Ned Paschke, F. ASCE, PE, DEE, F.ASCE
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Howard Rosen, PhD
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Patrick Eagan, PE, PhD
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Benjamin Jordan, PE
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Interactive: FAQ's About Public Water Supply in the U.S.

Do you know what it takes to maintain the nation's water supply? Check out this visual essay about the importance of maintaining and understanding where our water comes from.

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