Who We Are:
Mississippi - Kaskaskia Valley Water Pollution Control Operators Association, otherwise known as MIS-KA,
is an association of Wastewater Plant Operators and Associates from the I.E.P.A. , the Equipment
Technology Field, Engineers, and other Industry Professionals, in the Mississippi - Kaskaskia Valley region
of Southern Illinois and Eastern Missouri.
MIS-KA has proudly existed since the early 1980's, and continues to grow as new members enter these
fields each year.
Taken from Article II of our Constitution:
"The object of this Association shall be the advancement and the dissemination of knowledge on design,
operation, and management of domestic and industrial wastewater treatment works, and the
encouragement, through the meetings of the members and guests, of the exchange of information and
Our commitment to education is evidenced by the numerous scholarship awards that we have given annually
to graduating E.R.T.C. Students.
MIS-KA meets quarterly at various locations, and each meeting features a Meet & Greet Session, a Meal, a
Business Meeting, and Guest Speakers, who give instruction on new technology, or how to make old
technology work better. Often we open up an Operator's Forum, to bring problems to the forefront, and help
MIS-KA meetings are informative, fun, and promote fellowship and co-operation.
|Secretary - Treasurer