The members of GWPC are the state agencies that protect and regulate ground water resources. These agencies include state environmental protection, UIC, source water, ground water, natural resources, health, and oil and gas regulatory agencies.
The GWPC has gained a reputation as the national association that the USEPA and other federal agencies look to for policy and guidance development, training, and support for all ground water, source water, and underground injection control programs. Through our efforts on the national level, program managers are kept informed about issues that have potential to impact state programs. States are then able to respond collectively through the GWPC Board of Directors. State dues for GWPC are calculated on a per-state basis and are $8,500 per state / per year. In some states this amount is paid by a single agency, while in others it is split by two agencies.