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The Joint Environmental Training Coordinating Committee was established in
1985 to coordinate training that meets the needs of Maine’s environmental
To help protect the environment, public health and quality of life in Maine by coordinating affordable, high quality training that meets the needs of water pollution control personnel and other environmental professionals throughout the state.
On this page are the course descriptions and directions for all of the upcoming JETCC training sessions.
Wastewater Operator Training
JETCC publishes a schedule of certification
training and continuing education courses for wastewater operators each
fall and spring for operators who work in Maine’s wastewater treatment
Wastewater Operator Certification
JETCC currently coordinates the wastewater training program for Maine
under an agreement with the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control
JETCC publishes a schedule of certification training and continuing
education courses each fall and spring for operators who work in Maine’s
water treatment facilities. These topics receive training contact hour (TCH) approval
from the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, Drinking Water
Program (DWP) for Drinking Water Operator License renewal credit.
Non Point Source/Erosion Control
The Maine DEP Non Point Source
Training Center (NPSTC) develops and produces training courses in erosion
control practices, and watershed protection. It also administers a
voluntary certification program for contractors who participate in the
erosion control courses.
Each year the “Basic Onsite Wastewater
System Installation Course” is offered as the mandatory first step for
contractors seeking recognition through the Maine Department of Health and
Human Services Voluntary Certification Program for Septic System
Management Candidate School
JETCC, Maine DEP and DHHS, Maine Wastewater Control Association, and Maine Water Utilities Association are pleased to offer the Management Candidate School (MCS). This 12-month training program provides the intensive training, networking and skill-development coursework necessary to prepare the next generation of water and wastewater managers and leaders.
North Country Convention
The North Country Convention takes place every other year in Presque Isle, Maine. It is organized and presented by the Maine Joint Environmental Training coordinating committee (JETCC), in cooperation with Maine Wastewater Control Association (MWWCA), and New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC).
Resource Links for environmental professionals.
Awards and Recognition
Lee Agger Award
Maine DEP Outstanding Achievement
The Lee Agger Award was established in 1990 in memory of Lee Agger, whose
hard work in establishing JETCC was an inspiration to all who worked with
JETCC Founders Award
The JETCC Founders Award is given annually to an operator, maintenance
worker or laboratory personnel working in a municipal or industrial
wastewater treatment system in Maine. The JETCC Founders Award is intended
to recognize a staff member working in a plant or wastewater system.
Thank You To Our Sponsors
We would like to acknowledge host facilities and businesses for contributions that help covering the cost of program coordination, refreshments & supplies.
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