County residents have can learn about a vital service this summer.
The Prince William County Service Authority (PWCSA) has opened registration for the second annual Water Academy, according to a release.
The five-week program, which begins June 20 and runs through July 25, aims to teach community members about the water and wastewater utility and its role in everyday life.
In addition to learning about the PWCSA’s mission and vision, community members will take part in hands-on activities and go on tours at the H.L. Mooney Advanced Water Reclamation Facility in Woodbridge and the Lorton-based Griffith Water Treatment Plant.
Last year, the academy had 26 graduates.
Those interested in participating must register online by May 16.
Here is a video about one of last year’s sessions.
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