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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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On Jan. 16, the WEF Government Affairs team held a webcast on water sector priorities in 2020. About...

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Jack Bebee, General Manager of the Fallbrook Public Utility District, describes why he attends the Utility Management Conference...

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As utilities across the U.S. brace for the workforce skills gap anticipated from the water sector’s looming silver tsunami, federal regulators and utility leadership organizations are taking action with a new grant program aimed at attracting new talent to jobs in water.

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Two recent podcast episodes detail how WEF stormwater programs are contributing to greater awareness of the stormwater sector’s investment needs and helping to bolster its workforce

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On Jan. 8th, WEF sent both an individual letter and a joint letter (with others in the water...

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WEF Board of Trustees President Jackie Jarrell details proposed key changes to the Water Environment Federation's governing documents....

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2019-2020 WEF President Jackie Jarrell writes about efforts to improve water workforce resilience and viewing the silver tsunami as an opportunity

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If you were asked to educate someone about the wastewater treatment process in just 30 seconds or less, what would you say? That is the challenge the Florida Water Environment Association is posing to the state’s high schoolers.

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In December, we turned on a new website portal that collects most all WEF news content in a...

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U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research scientists are investigating the challenge of hailstorm prediction using technology typically used in security systems and smartphones.

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In the U.S., ornamental crops are a $21 billion industry. U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) researchers are now working to better understand the extent of the horticulture industry’s contributions to nutrient pollution and recommend ways to downsize it without taking up too much space.

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In her latest video update, 2019-2020 WEF President Jackie Jarrell discusses efforts to advocate for sound policies around such hot-topic issues as resource recovery and PFAS regulation.

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After several months of negotiations beyond the start of the 2020 fiscal year, late last week Congress reached...

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A new feature-length documentary film titled Brave Blue World premiered in Los Angeles on December...

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The challenges facing water are very well-known by those of us in the sector – aging infrastructure, limited...

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