Interested in becoming a Volunteer Monitor? When it is safe for our communities, we will resume hosting face-to-face certification workshops. While we are unsure of when this will be, we would still like to know who is interested so we can prioritize where we host workshops when we get back to business! Please fill out the Workshop Interest Survey and we will get in touch with you when workshops resume.
Citizens learn principles of AWW and how to monitor and evaluate physical, chemical and biological features of water. Workshops are offered throughout the state and carry Continuing Education Units (CEUs) with Auburn University.
Test physical and chemical characteristics of water to determine pollution sources and long-term trends in water quality. Quality is determined using a customized test kit.
Detect levels of E.coli and other coliform bacteria in water as indicators of contamination. Determine if water is safe for drinking, swimming and aquatic life.