The Eddy Medal honors Harrison Prescott Eddy, a prominent engineer and a pioneer in the field of wastewater treatment. The medal is awarded for research that makes a vital contribution to the existing knowledge of the fundamental principles or process of wastewater treatment, as comprehensively described and published in a federation periodical.
- Member of a WEF Member Association.
- Articles published in a Federation periodical during any stated calendar year are eligible for nomination.
- Nominations of articles published in WEF national conference proceedings.
- Published articles in Member Association publications are eligible for consideration but must be nominated by either the Member Association or by a WEF member. The principal author and majority of the co-authors (if there be any) must be WEF member(s).
- Nomination Form
- Specific reasons for nomination (one page maximum)
- Any other supporting material required under criteria or that you feel would be helpful in the selection process.
Nominations Accepted From:
The Eddy Wastewater Principles/Processes Medal is presented annually. All articles published in a Federation periodical during any stated calendar year are eligible for nomination.
To view past recipients of the Eddy Wastewater Principles/Processes Medal, click here.