American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association
The American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA) is to promote sustainable rainwater harvesting practices to help solve potable, non-potable, stormwater and energy challenges throughout the world.
National Association of Home Builders
NAHB is a trade association that helps promote the policies that make housing a national priority. Since 1942, NAHB has been serving its members, the housing industry, and the public at large.
Water Quality Association
The Water Quality Association (WQA) is a not-for-profit international trade association representing the residential, commercial and industrial water treatment industry.
State of Tennessee
Department of Environment and Conservation
U.S. Green Building Council
USGBC is a community of member companies and organizations of all sizes, in every sector of the industry. They and their employees drive everything we do as we work toward green buildings for everyone within a generation.
- ARCSA, Accreditted Professional: ARCSA’s Accredited Professional (AP) Program is designed to recognize professionals in the industry who have achieved an advanced level of competence in designing and installing rainwater harvesting systems.
- ARCSA, Inspector Specialist: ARCSA’s Inspector Specialist (IS) is an advanced rainwater harvesting specialized certification for those who have achieved the knowledge and experiance needed to make rainwater harvesting system inspections.
- WQA, Certified Water Specialist: The Water Quality Association’s Certified Water Specialist (CWS) is an indepth exam focusing on water chemistry and proper treatment methods. Beyond the intitial CWS-I, additional specialized exams are available on: Filtration, Reverse Osmosis/Ultrafiltration, Deionization, Disinfection, and Ozone.
- WQA, Certified Installer: The Water Quality Associations Certified Installer (CI) exam is for individuals responsible for planning, installing, and/or servicing water quality improvement products.