Registration is Now Open for the 2022 Onsite Wastewater Mega-Conference

Registration is Now Open for the 2022 Onsite Wastewater Mega-Conference

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Attendee registration is now open for the 2022 Onsite Wastewater Mega-Conference.

Don't miss out on the largest national onsite/decentralized wastewater event of its kind that offers industry professionals the highest quality education and training available. The 2022 Mega-Conference is being held Oct. 30-Nov. 2 at the University Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Springfield, Missouri.

 Whether you are an installer, designer/engineer, pumper, service provider, regulator, soil scientist, manufacturer or educator, you will find lots of useful educational and networking opportunities at this year's Onsite Mega-Conference. 

Through education sessions and meetings with many of the industry's most progressive and innovative companies in the exhibit hall, you can learn about the latest research and industry trends all while getting new ideas for building your existing business. 

The opening session will feature presentations on Lessons Learned from Horizon Scanning Focusing on Research and the Septic Systems: Looking Back and Moving Forward by well-respected, nationally recognized speakers. 

Attendee registration for the 2022 Mega-Conference includes options for full conference registration; one-day registration; discounts for NOWRA, NAWT, SORA, and Missouri Smallflows Organization (MSO) members as well as for regulators and students. Optional events are also available to all attendees, such as a choice of two onsite wastewater field trips, both featuring some of Missouri's famous caves, and a Halloween-themed off-site social event at the new Wire Road Brewing Company in Battlefield, Missouri. 

To find out more about the 2022 Mega-Conference including agenda, registration and hotel information, visit the Mega-Conference web page. Rates will increase after Sept. 23. 

In many states, the conference curriculum will qualify for credit hours in licensing or professional certification programs. NOWRA will be working in the next few weeks to secure approval for continuing education credit from states that license or certify onsite wastewater installers, service providers, inspectors and designers.  

A virtual component of select sessions of the conference will once again be offered for those unable to travel to Missouri.


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