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The Water Environment Federation (WEF) WaterBlog is hosted by water quality experts and features discussions about the latest ideas, trends, and news in the profession.

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The Latest in Membranes Presented in Anaheim

Posted June 21, 2010

My first reflection is that the location of the recent WEF Membrane Applications 2010 conference in Anaheim was ideal. California is home to some of this country’s earliest and most varied Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) and Reverse Osmosis (RO) operations.

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Posted by:
George Crawford, Co-chair of WEF Membranes Community of Practice

Careers in Water: WEF and AWWA Join Forces to Promote Working for Water

Posted June 7, 2010 

Just recently I attended my son’s college graduation ceremony; I am very proud and excited about his plans to attend med school, but have to say I am a just bit disappointed he did not pursue a career in the water quality field. I ask you, how many of your children, nieces and nephews and friends are entering our field?


Paul Freedman



Posted by:
Paul Freedman, 2009-2010 President of WEF

Is This the Right Time for You to Form a Stormwater Utility?

Posted June 2, 2010

At the WEF-sponsored seminar titled: Weathering the Storm, Is this the Right Time for You to Form a Stormwater Utility?, it was clear that regulatory drivers such as MS4 permit requirements, CSOs and Consent Decrees, as well as storm events, can provide the impetus for creating a stormwater utility and/or a formal funding source.



Posted by:
Rick Giardina, CPA