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This year brought unprecedented challenges and change, but despite it all, WEF remained focused on meeting the needs...

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This year please consider financially supporting two WEF programs that engage young people in water science and occupations...

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November 19 is World Toilet Day, the annual reminder about the importance of sanitation to health, communities, the environment, and the economy. While the day organized by the United Nations (UN) is an opportunity to celebrate how much the toilet has done for civilization, it also serves as a stark reminder that over 4 billion people live without access to safety managed sanitation.

Lynn Broaddus discusses World Toilet Day

Our latest technical publication, Odor Emissions and Control for Collection Systems and Water Resource Recovery Facilities, MOP 25,...

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In recent years, PFAS has become a topic of public concern, particularly when found in water supplies. We...

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The Water Environment Federation is truly a global organization, with members in 78 countries, Member Associations and Corresponding...

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As the world is facing clean water limitations and surface water scarcity due to population growth, climate change,...

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We may not be able to interact face-to-face this year, but that’s not stopping us from bringing you...

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Our latest technical publication, Peracetic Acid Disinfection: Implementation Considerations for Water Resource Recovery Facilities, aims to bridge the...

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Earlier this summer our nation exploded with outrage at the senseless killings of George Floyd and other Black...

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Having diversity, equity, and inclusion in all levels of the workforce is vital to innovation and growth in...

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Dr. Sidney Innerebner, author of Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals I: Liquid Treatment, blogs about the new training resource for...

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Over the past few months, the coronavirus pandemic has underscored water professionals’ role as protectors of public health,...

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With the water sector deeply involved in the response to the coronavirus pandemic, WEF administered a second in a series of quick, informal polls concerning the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on the sector. The focus of this poll was to gain some general insights into the effects on the supply chain.

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Water professionals on the front lines in the water and wastewater sector, especially those in maintenance and facility operations, may not have the option of working from home during shutdowns like those caused by the coronavirus outbreak. In addition, each member has technically specialized knowledge unique to their community systems.

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