The Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA) was formed in 1994 as an affiliate of the American Desalting Association (now AMTA). The fast growing association is dedicated to the improvement of the quality of water supplies through desalting, reuse and other water sciences. SEDA includes members concerned with environmental regulations and legislation, process design, equipment manufacture, operation and maintenance, and research and development. SEDA’s objectives include the promotion, both to the public and to elected officials, of available technologies that improve water quality education; training and certification of plant operation personnel; communication with the membership; development of meaningful interface with regulatory agencies; technology transfer; and protection of the environment.
For more information about the Southeast Desalting Association, please contact:
Michele Miller, Administrator
Southeast Desalting Association
354 NW Alice Ave
Stuart, FL 34996
772-781-7698; 772-781-4240 (fax)