MN SUSA is dedicated to providing a strong community to promote the sharing of ideas and experiences of our members.
Monthly networking meetings to promote the industry, the exchanging of ideas and experiences, and discussion of technologies that improve utility operation and efficiency, tending insofar as is practicable, to make nearly standardized practices.
Scholarship programs that develop and build strong supervisory and management skills. Making charitable donations, when finances allow, to water-oriented organizations that help the most impoverished people worldwide improve their quality of life through sustainable drinking water, and proper sanitation and hygiene.
Has anyone started reaching out to businesses that were unoccupied and are going to be starting backup? Just curious what other cities might be doing to pass along the information the Department of Health put out about flushing stagnant water out of buildings.Read More
I joined SUSA in 1997. Before that I was part of the MSSA group since 1991 and never felt “at home”! The SUSA group has the nicest, most intelligent people I know! They welcome all new members and will help anybody that asks for help. After 38 years in Public Works, I trust the SUSA group to help me out in difficult situations because I know I can trust them! I have made many lifelong friends and connections through this group!
The greatest advantage to be a SUSA member is the networking opportunities, and the wealth of knowledge amongst the other SUSA members.
With out question the social networking is the leading benefit I receive from membership with SUSA. The camaraderie of the organization is a reflection of the passion so many have for the water/sewer community. The mutual desire to share knowledge, assist colleagues, and develop operators is clearly the emphasis of SUSA.