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A video game inspired by the documentary, Brave Blue World, has been created in partnership with WEF. The designer of the game, Gerson Da Silva, will highlight the game features and answer questions in the Innovation Pavilion on Monday, October 10 at WEFTEC.

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WEF InFLOW (Introducing Future Leaders to Opportunities in Water) is a program to enhance diversity and inclusion in the water workforce. Hear from scholar Alma Rocha about what the program means to her.

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Explore a fantastic lineup of speakers, events, and networking sessions throughout the Innovation Pavilion and the SDG Theater within the Drinking Water Pavilion at WEFTEC 2022.

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Check out this premier collection of WEFTEC Exhibitors and make plans to visit them online and at WEFTEC!

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This year Charles Bott will serve as the WEFTEC 2022 Master Lecturer and present the keynote speech, "Navigating the Entropy of Innovation." Charles discusses the innovation, treatment, and technology space in detail, how innovation takes risks and how to mitigate potential pitfalls.

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Visit the WEFTEC Bookstore for book signings, expert demos, new books and training materials, and new merchandise.

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WEFTEC Live is returning in 2022 with more experts, interviews, and updates from throughout WEFTEC.

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The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is deeply concerned about the dire circumstances in Jackson, Miss., where the city’s...

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In April, we asked you what you are most looking forward to at WEFTEC 2022. Nearly half of you replied that the Technical Program is your top priority.

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today issued new, more rigorous drinking water health advisories for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Two of these levels are drastically more stringent than previous levels and likely mean hundreds, if not thousands, of drinking water systems nationwide will be affected. The agency also announced up to $5 billion in grant funding to help communities prepare and deal with these contaminants. Here is what water sector utilities need to know.

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Innovation in air flotation leads to solid alternative to a legacy process.

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Recent studies promise more reliable forecasting for desert monsoons and mountainside flood hazards.

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While some of the details and full descriptions are still being worked out, you can get a first look at what's in store for WEFTEC 2022 in New Orleans.

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This Viewpoint column from WEF's Patrick Dube describes how changing a community's habits relies on reaching a receptive audience through trusted sources with clear and actionable information.

In a neighborhood of Freetown, Sierra Leone, a project is underway to increase its water, sanitation, and hygiene (WaSH) practices by creating a program to encourage handwashing.

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WEFTEC 2022 in New Orleans is about six months away. The planning and work to get everything ready is moving ahead.

Learn how the Technical Program and Exhibition are developing and, then, tell us what you are looking forward to at WEFTEC 2022!

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