Become a WSC Member
Water Systems Council (WSC) Members are leaders in the water well industry who are dedicated to promoting and protecting our nation’s precious groundwater supply.
Membership in WSC shows your commitment to and achievement in the water well industry. WSC is the ONLY national nonprofit organization with programs solely focused on the private water wells and small, shared wells serving more than 43 million Americans nationwide.
WSC pledges to provide you with invaluable member services to assist you in improving your business. Powerful things can happen when the water well industry unites.
WSC Member Benefits include:
- Be a part of history and get involved with WSC’s effort to have the Water Systems Cost Savings Act passed in Congress. This legislation will have a positive and profitable impact on the water well industry.
- Member’s Only access to WSC website
- Around the States Monthly Reports on state regulations and legislative issues impacting the water well industry.
- Well Connected Monthly Newsletter to receive the most up-to-date WSC information.
- Free Membership Directory and Hyperlink to your website from WSC’s website.
- Networking with industry leaders
- Spring and Fall Members’ Meetings
- Committee Meetings
- Annual Golf Tournament
- Congressional Visits
- Pump and Tank Shipment Monthly and Semi-Annual Statistical Reports (Qualified Members)
- By-State Shipment Semi-Annual Statistical Reports (Qualified Members)
- Regional Shipment Reports (Qualified Members)
- Business Conditions Questionnaire, a monthly survey tracking business trends.
- Free Product Listings (Qualified Members)
- Pitless Adapters, Pitless Units and Well Caps – PAS-97 (2012)
- Pressurized Water Storage Tank – ANSI/WSC PST 2000/2014
- Publications Discount – 25% Off for ALL Members
- Receive Press Releases on issues impacting WSC and the water well industry.
- Involvement with WSC’s wellcare® Program Activities
- Children’s Water Festivals educating children on drinking water, groundwater, watersheds, surface water, water quality and conservation.
- Continuing Education Opportunities through the Water Systems Primer and Refresher Course
Questions about membership should be emailed directly to Erin Coffman or call 202.625.4387.