Colorado Environmental Certification and Testing, Incorporated (CECTI) was established as a non-profit organization on January 17, 2001. Its formation was the culmination of the efforts of three parent organizations: the Rocky Mountain Section of the American Water Works Association (RMSAWWA), the Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association (RMWEA), and the Colorado Rural Water Association (CRWA). The non-profit was formed with the sole purpose of administering the water and wastewater treatment facilities operators certification program for the State of Colorado.
Each of the parent organizations appointed three persons to sit on the CECTI board for a three-year term. The terms are staggered to minimize the impact of turnover and to maintain continuity at terms end. The collective background of the current board includes experience in operations, maintenance, management, engineering and regulatory oversight. The Board members have the perspective of both large and small systems.
CECTI entered into an agreement with the State of Colorado via the Water and Wastewater Facility Operators Certification Board (WWFOCB) on February 12, 2001 to administer the treatment plant operators' certification program beginning with the fall 2001 exam cycle.
2170 S Parker Road # 290
Denver, CO 80231
Same Phone #: 303.394.8994
Same Fax #: 303.394.3450
When paying with a check, please be aware of the following: checks need to be made payable to OCPO: Only one check per operator, per application and/or certificate request. Checks returned for insufficient funds will be subjected to an additional administration fee.
Test results: Posted approximately 4-5 weeks from test date. Individual results are mailed approximately 5-6 weeks.
To view information on the following, please go to http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/op/ocb/index.html