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The WEF News Hub provides a single portal to see the content from most of WEF's news sources at a glance. The items below represent a wide scope of the regulatory, organizational, membership, current events, and conference happenings at WEF.

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is in the early stages of a far-reaching plan aimed at improving safeguards against storm surge in Miami-Dade County.

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On July 8, EPA released the Water Utility COVID-19 Financial Impact Tool to help drinking water, wastewater, and...

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The House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies has advanced a major appropriations bill by voice...

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Universities, government agencies, and environmental organizations are embracing technology to create a new form of public outreach for the stormwater sector.

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WEF congratulates its newest set of life members, who have achieved at least 35 years of WEF membership.

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We want to help share your stories about the helpful, productive, inspiring, and kind actions that you have witnessed. Tell us about those moments where everyday water sector heroes came through and deserve to receive some recognition and gratitude.

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The INVEST in America Act (H.R. 2) is a massive infrastructure bill that was put forward by House...

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Listen to Dr. Andrew Sanderson, WEF Chief Medical Officer, share his views on the scope and vision for the position and how it will support water sector worker safety.

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For 2020, the Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) will be a fully virtual event held over five days, October 5 to 9. Called WEFTEC Connect, this virtual experience will offer attendees interactive education, an exhibitor showcase, and networking experiences.

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Northumbrian Water (Durham, England) is testing several new wipes-related devices invented by its technical staff in an effort to eliminate blockages caused by flushing household products.

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“Evaluating Stormwater Infrastructure Funding and Financing” explores the U.S. stormwater funding gap and recommends ways to address it.

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By cutting trees, digging canals, and building dams, beaver colonies shape their forest dwellings in ways that transform flooding patterns, the local food chain, and the structure and size of nearby waterways.

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. – To ensure protection of the health and safety of wastewater workers during the coronavirus pandemic...

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Dr. Sanderson, MD, MPH of Howard University, will guide and assist WEF in providing reliable medical information to wastewater utility managers and workers, as well as conduct research and serve as a spokesperson on medical issues for the sector. The CMO position was created in a collaboration between WEF and global water technology company Xylem, which has provided foundational funding.

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Take It From The Top, a new series from the Words on Water podcast, features perspectives from past-and-present WEF leaders. 

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