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WEF WaterBlog

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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Wrapping Up The Boy Scout Jamboree

The Boy Scout Jamboree was a great success, and we had the opportunity to educate many boys about the value and importance of clean water. 





Posted by:
James L. Condon, PE, Environmental Engineer

On Track for Continued Success

On Track for Continued Success By Eileen O'Neill  July 29, 2013    WEF’s former Executive Director Jeff Eger was committed to the development and implementation of a new strategic direction for our organization. Jeff was instrumental in ensuring that we



Posted by:
Eileen O'Neill, Deputy Executive Director, Water Environment Federation

On the Ground at the Boy Scout Jamboree

On the Ground at the Boy Scout Jamboree By Carl Janson  July 16, 2013    Greetings from Beckley, West Virginia and the Bechtel Scout Facility. On Saturday and Sunday we completed getting the WEF Exhibit Area ready for the arrival





Posted by:
Carl A. Janson, 2009-2010 WEF Board of Trustees member 

On the Road Toward the Utility of the Future
Just over a year ago WEF released our new strategic plan, the result of a year-long process with input from thousands of members and non-members alike.  And coming out of that process was WEF’s first strategic objective – to drive innovation in the water sector.    With global megatrends like population growth, urbanization, climate change, and an economic downturn creating strains on our infrastructure, it is imperative that we be more innovative to achieve our mission and build the Utility of the Future to address those trends.




Posted by:
Matt Ries, P.E., Managing Director of Technical and Educational Services for WEF