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NGWA: 2016 Groundwater Week


You will have a full 12 hours over two days to explore the newest in products, technologies and services from hundreds of groundwater industry exhibitors

In addition, as a registered Groundwater Week attendee, you will also be able to view - at no added cost! - this year's co-located Irrigation Show exhibit hall.


Increase your knowledge at 50-plus hours of expertly led workshops in categories ranging from business management and drilling operations to water systems and well rehabilitation including the following to name but a few: 

  • Achieving Energy Savings and More with VFDs
  • Changes in the 2017 Federal Tax Laws: How you should plan
  • Sizing the Right Pipe for a Job
  • Water Well Corrosion - Types, Effects and Resolutions
  • Click here to see other planned offerings.

Improve your skills or learn new ones in hands-on activity areas taking place in the exhibit hall. 

Hear the farewell presentation of the 2016 NGWREF McEllhiney Lecture, "Groundwater Contaminants and Treatment Options" by Peter S. Cartwright PE.

Extend your learning at short courses taking place before and after Groundwater Week. 


Attend a joint keynote session with the Irrigation Association featuring a presentation by Dr Peter G. McCornick, PE, D.WRE, an internationally known expert in water, food and environmental research. 

Have some fun at events such as the Attendee Welcome Reception and Taste of Nashville.

Connect with thousands of groundwater professionals from all sectors of the industry and from around the world, in one convenient location.

All of this and so much more awaits you December 6-8, 2016 during Groundwater Week in Las Vegas, Nevada!

Don't delay - register today

Message to the BWA from Kevin McCray, CEO NGWA

“Since 1984, the Borehole Water Association of Southern Africa and the National Ground Water Association have enjoyed a positive collaboration relationship, despite being separated by vast distances.  Common interests in providing, protecting, managing, and remediating groundwater for mankind’s highest purposes brings our memberships closer together. NGWA looks forward to a renewal of mutual interests, and we hope we can expand upon what we can do together.”