Dedicated to protecting and promoting Ontario's most precious resource ground water. The OGWA was established in 1952.
Approximately 3 million people in Ontario rely on ground water as their primary source of potable water.
Ground water is often the only source of clean water for drinking, farming, and manufacturing. A number of municipalities use ground water as the major source of their citizens water supply. The Ontario Ground Water Association was created in 1952 as a not-for-profit organization to facilitate various sectors of the ground water industry coming together for delivery of safe, clean water supplies throughout the province. Find out more about OGWA.
Provincially Licenced Water Well Technicians are members of Essential Services.
Interactive Members Map
- Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks
- Reg 903
- Search Wells in Ontario
- Ministry of Health
- How to apply for and renew a well technician licence
- Public Health Units
- How To Test Your Well Water
- Well Disinfection Tool & Information
- Minister's annual report on drinking water (2019)
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The OGWA provides annual Continuing Education Credits (CEC) training throughout Ontario, to keep your licence renewed. Find out more...