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As a young professional engineer in the infancy of my career, I was very fortunate to have had...

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In 2022, WEF set our sights on new horizons—a world where each person has access to clean water and sanitation, where communities prosper, and where nature thrives. With the release of our new strategic plan, we focused on feedback from our members and partners to prioritize attracting and developing a diverse and passionate water workforce, cultivating a purpose-driven community, and leading the transformation to the circular water economy.

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As an organization, WEF is dedicated to supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with a focus on...

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To prepare for my new role as WEF biosolids director in 2021, I canvassed the biosolids community to gather insights on what our sector is getting right, what isn’t working and how we can course-correct or reinvent ourselves where we are missing the mark.

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Interested in learning about the role communicators play in crafting and telling our industry’s stories? Shea Dunifon Shea...

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Clean water is essential for the health and well-being of individuals and communities, and it is important to...

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The Stockholm Junior Water Prize is the nation’s most prestigious youth competition for water-related research and aims to increase students’ interest in water issues and careers.

In-person competition returned this June at the Colorado School of Mines (CSM) in Golden, CO and members of the Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association (RMWEA) jumped in quickly to help.

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Lara Grotz, EIT, shares her experience visiting Water Week in person for the first time and as a new mother.

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While many states are looking at ways to manage PFAS while awaiting a risk assessment from the U.S....

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Water Week 2022 is taking place April 24-30 in Washington, D.C., with the National Water Policy Fly-In happening...

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March 22nd marks World Water Day and the Water Environment Federation (WEF), a UN-Water Partner is committed to engaging the water community in this public education effort.

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For well over a century, wastewater treatment professionals in the United States have served as the primary protectors...

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Perhaps no aspect of water and wastewater treatment is more important than the workforce that performs the day-to-day...

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Recently I attended AWWA/WEF’s Young Professionals summit. The theme for the 2022 YP Summit was creative resiliency. Remmie...

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Karoline Terrazas, Operations Performance Manager at the Union Sanitary District (Union City, California) and a member of the California Water Environment Association, talks about operational performance. A key benefit of using a disciplined approach is that it gives organizations a way to connect the dots between the various components of strategic planning and management.

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