From education to exhibits and everything in between!
Just a few reasons you don‘t want to miss Groundwater Week!
You will have 12 full hours over two days to explore the newest in products and services from hundreds of exhibitors.
You can choose from more than 50 hours of educational offerings designed to help you do your job more efficiently, easily, and cost-effectively.
You will have the opportunity to learn from real-life industry experts.
You can earn your CEPs by attending workshops, the NGWREF McEllhiney and Darcy lectures, optional short courses, and even for visiting the trade show floor.
You can improve your skills and learn new ones in the NGWA Activity Area.
You will have the chance to join in congratulating the best of the best during the NGWA Awards presentations.
You will be able to connect with old friends and form new partnerships at Groundwater Week - the one event that brings together professionals from all sectors of the groundwater industry.
Highlight your products and services at the Expo!
The Expo is the only event bringing together the top groundwater industry decision-makers in one place! Make sure your company is part of the action!
Build your brand and increase awareness
The NGWA Groundwater Week is the largest groundwater industry event of the year and a powerful medium for building and growing your business.
Connect with current customers and form new partnerships - the one event that brings together professionals from all sectors of the groundwater industry.
NGWA’s Groundwater Week is the premier annual event for groundwater professionals to gather for education workshops, dynamic speakers, knowledge sharing, networking, and, of course, product and service shopping.
NGWA is the leading organization for anyone affiliated with the groundwater industry. A nonprofit organization, NGWA is composed of U.S. and international groundwater professionals - contractors, scientists and engineers, equipment manufacturers, and suppliers. Our purpose is to provide guidance regarding the responsible use of groundwater.