The Water Environment Federation’s Laboratory Practices Community (WEF LPC) is made up of volunteer members from academia, consulting firms, utilities, government agencies, and manufacturers. WEFLPC develops technical products to promote general understanding of laboratory practices for water and wastewater. Membership is open to all WEF members.
Scope of committee activities include:
Committee members volunteer through:
The Laboratory Practices Committee meets in person once a year at the WEF annual WEFTEC conference and three times a year via phone.
Amber Baylor, 2021 - 2023
Tel: (949) 633-1218
Tel: 703-684-2400, ext 7830
Laboratory Practices Online Community
Focus groups Educational Content
In an effort to share best practices, innovation and the latest information for lab analysts, the WEF Lab Practices Committee (LPC) will link to educational content that has been used (and is owned) by WEF member associations. (WEF LPC is not hosting the material but is linking to it.)
The goal of this effort is to provide a warehouse of useful webcasts, seminars, etc. that can be accessed by audiences from all over the country. We believe that there is material that just needs to be shared in order to educate larger audiences.
Please contact Mary Johnson (MJohnson@rrwrd.Illinois.gov) or John Rigdon (email@example.com) with suggestions of webinars/workshop content that you recommend we obtain or with topics you would like to see.
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