Register with the Borehole Water Association of South Africa

The Borehole Water Association (BWA) brings together national and local government departments; manufacturers of drilling, pumping, control and ancillary equipment; drilling and installation contractors; and professional consultants from the groundwater industry.

Members benefit also include participating in a network of individuals and companies who are committing to upholding the minimum standards of practice and who offer complementary products and services.

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Membership Benefits

BWA Members enjoy the following benefits:

  • Appearance on the BWA Membership Listing, which is given to end-users enquiring about specific services
  • Subscription to the Borehole Water Journal
  • Access to a network of people and companies in the groundwater industry who are committing to upholding minimum standards
Membership Fees
  • Entrance fee: R500 (incl VAT) – payable once only on joining
  • 2017 Annual Membership fee: R4500 (incl VAT)  Jan – Dec 2017 (Prorata if you join during the year)
So if you join in September you pay: 
  • An Entrance fee of R500 (incl VAT) – payable once only on joining PLUS
  • A Membership fee for Sep – Dec 2017 of R 1500 (incl VAT)
  • TOTAL due for Sep – Dec 2017 is R2000 (incl VAT)

Also read: Register with the Association of Tanzanian Water Suppliers

Membership Benefits

BWA Members enjoy the following benefits:

  • Appearance on the BWA Membership Listing, which is given to end-users enquiring about specific services
  • Subscription to the Borehole Water Journal
  • Access to a network of people and companies in the groundwater industry who are committed to upholding minimum standards
Membership Fees
  • Entrance fee: R500 (incl VAT) – payable once only on joining
  • 2017 Annual Membership fee: R4500 (incl VAT)  Jan – Dec 2017 (Prorata if you join during the year)
So if you join in September you pay: 
  • An Entrance fee of R500 (incl VAT) – payable once only on joining PLUS
  • A Membership fee for Sep – Dec 2017 of R 1500 (incl VAT)
  • TOTAL due for Sep – Dec 2017 is R2000 (incl VAT)

Also read: Hydro-Geologists Seeks Severe Punishment For Indiscriminate Borehole Drillers

The BWA also offers information and impartial advice to end-users of groundwater – over the phone, via email and their website. They aim to educate the public through using their own communication channels, such as the Borehole Water Journal, bwa.co.za, and publications like Groundwater: A Layman’s Guide to Borehole Ownership. They also reach end-users through public relations initiatives.

The BWA has a close relationship with the national Department of Water and Sanitation. Thus they are aware about government priorities and initiatives in the groundwater industry.

They have established partnerships with international organisations such as the National Groundwater Association in the USA (NGWA). They also work with local organisations such as the Ground Water Division of GSSA, Joburg Water and SABI as they carry out shared aspects of their respective missions.

 

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