The WMA was formed to influence the development of standards, equipment, personnel and applications that affect qualitative and quantitative water monitoring. The objectives of the association are to: provide and indepent technical resource for members and their clients, influence appropriate industry standrds, codes, safety procedures and operating principles, encourage high level of ethical conduct and the professional development of industry personnel, seek co-operative endeavours with other professional organisation, institutions and regulatory bodies, nationally and internationally.
- Business Type:
- Professional association
- Industry Type:
- Water and Wastewater - Water Monitoring and Testing
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
The Water Monitoring Association (WMA) represents the interests of companies involved in all aspects of water monitoring. It was formed in mid 2007 to influence the development of standards, equipment, personnel and applications that affect qualitative and quantitative water monitoring.
The objectives of the Association are to;
- provide an independent technical resource for members and their clients;
- influence appropriate industry standards, codes, safety procedures and operating principles;
- encourage the professional development and a high level of ethical conduct of industry personnel;
- seek co-operative endeavours with other professional organisations, institutions and regulatory bodies, nationally and internationally.
Membership is open to any company or individual that has an interest in the monitoring of water and related fields.
WMA provides articles for leading industrial magazines variety of topics related to this market sector. Development of British Standards is a key function for the association and WMA representatives attend the BSI EH3/6 management committee. We will be sending representatives to all relevant European (CEN) and International (ISO) working groups assisting in the development of new standards.
The Association’s web site consists of public and member’s areas and will be expanded to include relevant guidance and support to members and their clients.
WMA offices are based in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, UK. The administration and technical support are contactable at any time and our aim is to answer questions within an eight hours time scale. We have fully equipped conference and training rooms situated within our offices, these rooms are available for member’s use at no charge, subject to availability, charge is only made for lunches if required.
The costs of membership is £490.00* per annum with a one off £150.00* joining fee. All prices are excluding VAT. Membership is from 1st August to the 31st July each year, if a member joins during the year the membership fee is calculated on a pro-rata basis.