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You don’t have to wander far around WEFTEC 2018 to encounter some reference to green infrastructure.

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January 02, 2018 - Gary De Kock, co-chairman of the Water for People Committee of the Michigan Water...

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Get a glimpse of the man behind The Hero Effect™. Find out why and how Brown inspires people to be extraordinary.

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Advocates dedicated to expanding clean water and sanitation to developing countries in every corner of the globe will assemble in the WEF Global Center to share their passion.

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Visit the WEF Bookstore to find all the latest products and merchandise and to Spot the Croc.

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This episode of the Words on Water podcast covers highlights of the WEFTEC® 2018 conference program, the new additions to the exhibition, what to expect at the Opening General Session, and how to use the app to navigate the event.

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WEF staffer Megan Livak blogs about all the exciting events planned by the Students & Young Professionals...

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With the success of the Annual WEF Community Service Project, the PWEA SYPC hosts their 1st Annual Service Project at PennTec.

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Follow Holly's journey to the Stockholm Junior Water Prize and to saving the world "One Toilet at a Time."

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The HERO Effect is a shift in the conventional way of thinking about heroes. Traditional thinking suggests that...

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Braden Milford, winner of the U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize, talks about his journey to the water industry, his research, and his takeaways from the national competition.

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Brian Shell, P.E., blogs about how the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition has impacted his life and career....

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Inspired by the 2017 Annual Community Service Project at Manierre Elementary School, the Cistern Sisters reach out to the CSWEA to help design and install a rain garden.

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May 14, 2018 - It’s Infrastructure Week, and WEF’s Travis Loop blogs about public support for the transformation...

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April 30, 2018 - c About Todd Danielson Todd Danielson is the Chief Utilities Executive of Avon Lake...

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