Nov 17, 2015

National Ground Water Assn. Launches Partnership with

NGWA members will have easier access to water industry bids, projects and funding opportunities throughout North America National Ground Water Association NGWA

The National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA) and announced a partnership that will give NGWA members easier access to industry bids and projects, as well as funding opportunities throughout North America.

“ provides a resource that is unique in the water industry,” said NGWA membership director Trisha Freeman, “We are always looking for ways to simplify our members’ lives, and is the only service to put projects and funding in one easy-to-use Internet resource.” is built exclusively for the water industry and not only provides access to millions in funding as well as thousands of projects, but also has search tools that make it easy to find just the kind of opportunities that are of most interest to each subscribing member.

“The National Ground Water Association is at the forefront of groundwater policy, education and solutions,” said CEO Ebie Holst. “We are proud to partner with them to put new tools at their members’ fingertips.”

NGWA is the preeminent organization for groundwater issues. It serves more than 11,000 members, and has 42 state affiliates and relationships with dozens of domestic and international partners relevant to groundwater issues.

“The scope of NGWA is impressive, but what is even more impressive is their commitment to their Members,” said vice president Jason Wuliger. “We share their passion for the industry.”

Two of the many features that will now be available to subscribing NGWA members are customizable email alerts and enhanced visibility within the marketplace through the directory.

“We were impressed by’s ability to help our members avoid missing projects they could be working on, and to also enable them to find ways to pay for the groundwater-related challenges they may face,” Freeman said. “Part of our core mission is advancing the success of our members, and is a way for NGWA to do just that.”