The Water Environment Federation is a not-for-profit association that provides technical education and training for thousands of water quality professionals who clean water and return it safely to the environment. WEF members have proudly protected public health, served their local communities, and supported clean water worldwide since 1928.

WEFTEC

Find out about WEFTEC, the world's largest water-quality event! Registration for WEFTEC 2019 will be open in the spring.

Learn more

Learn About Water Quality

Find out about technical resources, how to get involved and see conferences and events sorted by topic.

Learn More

Become a WEF Member

Join your colleagues and gain access to unparalleled information, resources, and networking opportunities.

Join Today

What's Happening

{{ result.Title }}

{{ result.PublishDate}}

More

Get the daily enewsletter sent to your inbox!

Join us at the world's leading water quality conference and exhibition – WEFTEC 2019 in Chicago. Engage with water professionals from around the world and advance your career in water. Discover innovative technology and solutions to the water sector's most important issues.

Register Today

Tell your congressman and senators to remove two PFAS amendments from the National Defense Authorization Act. Only the House version of the bill includes these amendments. Let the House Armed Services Conference Committee know that you want these amendments to be removed.

Make Your Voice Heard

Download a complimentary copy of Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals, Chapters 1-10 Fact Sheets are now available in Spanish!

————————

Descarga una copia gratuita de Fundamentos del tratamiento de aguas residuales. Las fichas técnicas de los capítulos 1-10 ya están disponibles en español.

Download | Descargar

Earn your Green Infrastructure Practitioner (GIP) Certification through the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program. Find a training event in your area.

Learn More

Click to discover the many available resources your WEF Membership has to offer!

Get Started

Aug. 7, 2019 - WEF's digital communications manager Rahkia Nance blogs about WEF's first Twitter chat.

Read the WaterBlog

New FREE campaign resources have been added to the online toolkit! Fact sheets, ads, and social media graphics are now available in Spanish and French along with new Teacher Resources for the Why Water’s Worth It children’s book. Spread the word. WATER’S WORTH IT! 

Click here

🎧 A podcast series featuring conversations with influential and interesting people from the water sector and news from the Water Environment Federation.

Listen Now

WEF SmartBrief launched April 22. This daily e-newsletter is a quick, two-minute read designed especially for water sector professionals. It will help keep you up-to-date with the latest water sector news and trends. This resource provides carefully curated and condensed summaries of the day’s news from sources worldwide, a daily dose of updates on WEF products and services, and job listing from throughout the water sector.

Sign Up Now

This dynamic online search tool connects you with leading water sector products, services, and solutions providers.

Access It Today

The Stormwater Currency is a collaboration of experts from American Rivers, Corona Environmental Consulting and WEF. Our team is dedicated to helping local leaders advance green infrastructure solutions through market-based incentives and other approaches that leverage the multiple benefits green infrastructure provides.

Learn More

 The forward-thinking initiatives of 43 water utilities are being recognized as they reimagine partnering and engagement, watershed stewardship, and recovery of resources such as water, energy, and nutrients.

Read the Press Release

Featured Event

Opening General Session

  • This year's kick-off event will feature a keynote presentation from Dr. Lera Boroditsky, an Associate Professor of Cognitive Science at the University of California San Diego and Editor-in-Chief of Frontiers in Cultural Psychology. Dr. Boroditsky will bring a unique perspective to the topics of workforce development, diversity, and inclusion by sharing her research into how differences in language can shape the way we think, perceive, and respond to each other. By learning to recognize and overcome potential biases, communication nuances, and preconceptions, water professionals can improve how we work together, mentor each other, and recruit new talent into the water sector.