Welcome to the Web Hub of Green Mountain Water Environment Association!


The Town of Richmond seeks a full-time lead mechanical operator for its water and wastewater systems.

The Town of Brattleboro seeks a full-time chief operator for its wastewater treatment plant.

Veolia North America seeks a full-time lead operator for its Smugglers' Notch, Vermont, project.

CLICK HERE for more job information and application instructions.

GMWEA is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to promoting awareness of water management issues and to supporting the professionals who work to protect Vermont's   

water resources.

We present conferences, technical trainings, trade shows, school programs, industry social activities, and public awareness events that:

89 Main St., Suite 4, Montpelier, VT 05602   

GMWEA is proud to work with our state and regional allies and affiliates:

New individual and corporate members are always welcome!  Explore this site to learn more about member services, publications, upcoming events, learn about new policies, and tell us what you think.

  • Provide opportunities for water, wastewater, and stormwater facility operators to improve their knowledge ​ and skills through educational programs and seminars;
  • Encourage peer networking for water quality professionals through trainings, discussions, newsletters,      and online forums related to the design, operation, and management of water quality systems;
  • Promote public knowledge of the essential role of water, wastewater, and stormwater management in protecting public health and preserving the natural environment.
  • Advocate for best-practice water quality management policy.  GWMEA draws on the expertise of our 400 individual and 50 business/organizational members to provide policy advisory to state and federal regulatory agencies regarding the treament of water, wastewater, industrial wastewater, drinking water distributions, biosolids management, and stormwater management.


Think it's a tough job nowadays? 

CLICK  HERE to check out GMWEA's blog for a look at how it was in the 1500s!