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Upcoming Events

Wed. March. 11, 2015 at 1 PM

We are using GoToMeeting this month. See below for instructions.


1. Metro's Integrated Plan
  Amy Woodis
2. Regulation 85 Data Gap Analysis Report*
  Determining Approximate N&P Contributions to State Waters Due to Discharges from Muncipal Storm Sewer Systems*
  Jane Clary (Wright Water Engineers) and Jill Kemper
3. Updates
  • Water Utility Council
• Storm water
4. Open Discussion
  *If you plan to attent via telephone, please email JP Ferraro (interim admin) at so that your attendance is noted in the minutes.

Instruction for Utilizing GoToMeeting (along with our normal conference line instructions):

1. Click here to join meeting
  • Insert meeting ID
  Not at your computer? Click the link to join this meeting from your iPhone®, iPad®, Android® or Windows Phone® device via the Goto Meeting app.
2. Join the Conference Call:
  • Dial (888) 617-3400
• Wait for prompt to enter passcode 855607 followed by the # key.
• You will hear music or be connected immediately to the conference call.
  If you keep your phone on mute during the meeting except when you wish to join in the conversation, it will be greatly appreciated.

Next meeting:
Wed., April 8, 2015
with Pat Pfalzgraft
State Water Quality Control Director

Monthly meetings are held at:

Littleton/Englewood WTTP
2900 S. Platte River Drive
1 p.m.

Need directions?
View the location on the map.

Contact Us

Tim Grotheer, Chair


Paul Ferraro, Executive Director


Or contact us by email

The Colorado Wastewater Utility Council (CWWUC) is a nonprofit organization. Its mission is to professionally and responsibly promote environmental protection by supporting legislation and regulations which achieve well-defined environmental benefits while maintaining local flexibility.

The Council meets on the second Wednesday of each month, except for the month of September, when it meets during the RMSWWA/RMWEA Annual Conference.

Water is our most precious resource. The CWWUC is dedicated to helping everyone make the very most of it by supporting Colorado's water quality and treatment needs.

To join: Membership is open to any municipal or quasi-municipal agency in Colorado engaged in the operation of any collection, treatment or disposal of wastewater. Annual fees are based on the size of the wastewater collection system or treatment plant. See fee schedule at the bottom of the Membership Form pdf file.