MGWA Board of Directors
President Frank Hegarty
Treasurer Susan Smith
Secretary Michelle Weeks
Past President Mark Weeks
Term Expiring 2018
Term Expiring 2019
Maine Ground Water Association
Meeting Maine's Water Needs
Dedicated to providing quality ground water.
Dedicated to Maine's groundwater industry
The Maine Groundwater Association is made up of water well drilling and water pump contractors from across the state. Our members are highly trained experts in such services as well drilling, pump systems, filtration, testing, inspection, geothermal and hydro-fracturing.
The Maine Groundwater Association is dedicated to the continuing education of its members and to educating the public about Maine groundwater. We work with government agencies and communities to solve ground water use issues and to protect future resources.
Our membership is committed to meeting Maine's ground water needs. Membership is your assurance that your contractor has met the training requirements of the association. Learn more about membership.
Maine Well Driller's Commission:
Maine Well Drillers and Pump Installers Rules
The Commission generally meets at 9:00A.M., the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 17 Elkins Lane in Augusta. For questions on Commission business call David Braley at 207-441-5324.
Maine Groundwater Association:
MGWA Meetings are held at The Best Western Plus in Waterville, ME at 6:00 pm. We have dinner and then the meeting. Please double check with a director for location, meeting dates and times as they are subject to change. All are invited to attend.
Annual Meeting & Director's Meeting and Erosion Control Recert. Class:
February 7, 2019
E. J. Prescott, Inc
32 Prescott Street, Gardiner, Maine
8:00-8:30 am Coffee & Donuts
8:30-9:00 am Annual Meeting & Director’s Meeting
9:00-1:00 pm Recertification Erosion Control Class
Light Snacks and drinks will be provided. Pizza will also be provided by Rick Schrepper from Preferred Pump.
The recertification class is for members that had their erosion control certification that expires on December 31, 2018. You are still invited to attend the class, but you won’t obtain the recertification, if your certification expired prior to December 31, 2018. You can also take the class if your certification hasn’t expired and extend it by three years.
For information on the erosion control requirements go to: https://www.maine.gov/dep/land/erosion/index.html
If you or your employees need to take the original class you can find class info at: https://www.maine.gov/dep/training/npstrc-schedule.html
If you have any other questions on the erosion control please email William Longfellow at William.Longfellow@maine.gov or call him at 207-287-2821.
I made an error in the newsletter. We did the Erosion Control Class on February 28, 2012 at The Best Western Plus in Waterville, six years ago, not eight and we the recertification class at E. J. Prescott, Inc. in Gardiner, three years ago, not four. Sorry for the confusion.
National Ground Water Association Expo: December 4-6, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV. More info at http://www.groundwaterweek.com