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Upcoming Events

CWWUC Meeting

Wed., April 11, 2018
Littleton/Englewood WTTP
2900 S. Platte River Drive
1 p.m.

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Monthly meetings are held at:

Littleton/Englewood WTTP
2900 S. Platte River Drive
1:00 p.m.

Next Meeting:

Wed., May 9, 2018
1 pm

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Contact Us

Bobby Anastasov, Chair


Paul Ferraro, Executive Director


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Membership and Enrollment Information

Mission Statement

The Colorado Wastewater Utility Council's mission is to professionally and responsibly promote environmental protection by supporting legislation and regulations which achieve well-defined environmental benefits while maintaining local flexibility.

Print Out the Membership Enrollment Form

Print and fill out the pdf enrollment form and send completed form to:

CWWUC – Membership Enrollment
c/o Paul Ferraro, Exec. Director
4 Mourning Dove Lane
Littleton, CO 80127
Or Fax: 303.904.2178

Council Highlights

  • Regulatory Updates
    • Reports from Water Quality Control Division Director & Staff
    • Antidegradation
    • Organics in Biosolids
    • Temperature Criteria
    • Nutrient Criteria
    • Selenium Implementation
    • Mercury
    • EPA Activities
  • Conducted a permitting seminar in cooperation with the Water Quality Control Division
  • Member participation in the Water Quality Forum Workgroups
  • Special Projects Supported by the Council:
    • Nutrient Criteria Study
    • Aquatic Life Study
    • Tissue-Based Selenium Criteria & Mercury Documents
    • Temperature Studies

Benefits of Membership

  • A voice in developing Colorado’s water quality programs
  • An opportunity to work directly with the Water Quality Control Division on critical issues that impact you
  • Participate in special studies of interest to Colorado wastewater systems
  • Advice and guidance from industry peers
  • Proactive approach to track state and federal water quality issues, guidance policies and regulations
  • Legislative updates provided by a member lobbyist
  • Water Quality Control Division updates provided by Division Staff
  • Coordination of Council activities with other organizations
  • Presentations at professional organization conferences
  • Annual training seminars on timely topics – permitting, upcoming regulations such as selenium, temperature, and nutrient criteria
  • Monthly Meetings - second Wednesday of each month