World Water Watch


Purpose
World Water Watch has four major initiatives, all directed toward protection, remediation and sustainability of local and regional water resources:

  • Watershed Monitoring and Conservation Systems
  • Education and Outreach
  • Water Supply and Sanitation
  • Conservation and Biodiversity
Description
WORLD WATER WATCH (WWW) is a nonprofit organization supporting other NGO's (Non-Governmental Organizations), foundations, and government and private agencies involved in the planning, protection and restoration of water resources.

WWW assists in the development and management of water quality monitoring networks and the design and implementation of remedial measures to restore surface and groundwater quality on a watershed scale.

WWW represents a group of international experts, many of whom have over 30 years of experience in the U.S. and internationally in the field of water resources and environmental engineering. This group utilizes its expertise in the development of assessment, evaluation and design tools, and assists in specific project activities.

WWW works closely with local communities to develop and support water resources protection and management activities.

Current Projects (0 total)

Location
955 Massachusetts Ave., #263
Cambridge, Michigan 02139
USA

Contact Info
Paul D. Robillard, Ph.D., Executive Director
Phone: 888-254-1973
Fax: 888-254-1973 (call first)
Website:www.worldwaterwatch.org
Email:pdr@worldwaterwatch.org

For corrections, or updates please contact updates@worldwatercenter.org





 
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