IOWWA Conference 2024
Cam Spray is thrilled to announce its participation in the 25th annual IOWWA conference. As a leading provider of pressure washers and sewer jetters, we are excited to showcase our latest innovations at this prestigious event hosted by the Iowa Onsite Waste Water Association (IOWWA). Join us to discover how our cutting-edge equipment can revolutionize your waste water management solutions.
Expert Resources for High-Pressure Solutions
We don’t just build equipment. We build solutions. We've created a library of resources to help you decide which high-pressure industrial cleaning equipment is best for your facility or job site. From understanding different specifications and configurations available for industrial sewer jetters and pressure washers to providing manuals for existing Cam Spray equipment, we have the answers you need:
About IOWWA - Iowa Onsite Waste Water Association
Since its inception in 1999, IOWWA has worked to educate both the members and public about the benefits of quality onsite wastewater treatment. IOWWA is one of the largest state organizations in the country focused on the onsite wastewater industry. Our members number some 400 and include regulators, installation contractors, maintenance contractors, soil scientists, engineers, manufacturers and educators. These people join to make IOWWA a diverse and well-balanced organization.
IOWWA supports onsite waste water system inspections at time of property transfer. IOWWA supports mandatory certification of installers, designers, regulators and maintenance providers. IOWWA is currently working to establish a voluntary certification program for on site system installers, designers and regulators.
IOWWA is a constituent state member of the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA), the largest organization within the U.S. dedicated solely to educating and representing members within the onsite and decentralized industry. The Iowa Onsite Waste Water Association works to support its members, promote the onsite waste water industry, and to ultimately improve water quality in Iowa.