As a membership organization, WEF understands the value of member engagement and using the collective knowledge of an entire profession to improve water quality worldwide.
More than 2,500 WEF members participate in WEF community activities, developing conference programs, writing technical manuals and books, developing training materials and program content, and many other WEF program activities.
WEF technical communities provide the expertise that makes WEF one of the world's leading water quality organizations. WEF communities help develop WEF policy positions, write and peer review books and training materials, and plan and deliver workshops and conferences.
Volunteering with a WEF community is an opportunity for you to help shape the water quality field today and tomorrow.
Our numerous communities work together to create a strong, unified force aimed at improving water quality management. Using community resource documents, each one focuses on a different aspect of water and wastewater management. Whether you want to participate in water quality analysis, make changes to guidelines, or help with the management of WEF itself, contact us today to see which community is right for you.
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This virtual workspace, called WEFUnity, empowers WEF members to network and collaborate in an online environment.See what's happening in the Community Platform
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