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Operators Without Borders

Post-Diaster Relief, Mentoring In Developing Countries

Operators Without Borders provides certified, volunteer water and wastewater operators who can support utilities in developing countries following emergency and disaster situations to ensure that safe drinking water and wastewater management services are resumed.


Animal Shelter, Pet Adoption

IndyHumane has been committed to helping central Indiana’s pets in need since 1905. The organization’s locations collectively support an average of 10,000 animals each year, roughly 90 percent of which are adopted. They strive to promote the human animal bond and the powerful impact this mutually beneficial relationship has.

HVAF of Indiana

Helping Veterans And Families

HVAF helps homeless veterans return to self-sufficiency and engages at-risk veterans and their families throughout Central Indiana to prevent them from becoming homeless by providing supportive housing, case management, employment support, and basic needs including food, hygiene, and clothing. In 2022, HVAF served 1,265 veterans and provided over 33,000 life-changing services.

Second Helpings

Hunger Relief, Food Rescue, Culinary Job Training

For more than 20 years, Second Helpings has operated a three-part approach to addressing hunger and poverty in Central Indiana. Each day, Second Helpings volunteers and staff rescue prepared and perishable food from wholesalers, retailers, and restaurants – preventing unnecessary waste. That rescued food is used to create more than 4,500 nutritious meals each day that are distributed to more than 90 social service agencies that feed Hoosiers in need.



NASSCO is an association that brings together professionals dedicated to evaluating and repairing sewers.


The MISSION of the National Association of Wastewater Technicians is to unify the voice of the sanitary liquid waste management industry, while increasing its professionalism and public image through education.


The National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA) is the largest organization within the U.S. dedicated to educating and representing members within the onsite and decentralized industry.


The PSAI is recognized internationally as a credible, authoritative voice providing education and information for the portable sanitation industry.


Providing training for collection system personnel since 1991


Providing training for collection system personnel since 1991

Wastewater Education

Mission Statement: To increase awareness that water quality is directly linked to the use of appropriate wastewater systems and their management.