More than 16,000 publicly owned water resource recovery facilities operate in the United States. Skilled engineers and operators work together to ensure new and updated facilities continue to protect public health and the environment.
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The second edition of WEF Manual of Practice No. 28 serves as a guidance document to help utility managers and others, such as city engineers, public works directors, regulators, and contractors, navigate this process.
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Save the Date for the WEF/IWA Innovations in Process Engineering 2023 Conference, taking place June 6-9, 2023 in Portland, Oregon. This conference is focused on innovations in treatment technologies and process engineering.
MUNICIPAL RESOURCE RECOVERY DESIGN COMMUNITY
MRRDC serves as the home of WEF members who share common technical interests in municipal wastewater treatment design and are drawn together to be the stewards of this knowledge area. The community develops, recommends, supports, and conducts programs of general and technical information relating to the advancement of municipal wastewater treatment design practices.Join MRRDC
WATER REUSE COMMUNITY
This community's volunteers serve as WEF's technical resources on water recycling, from planning and public outreach to treatment processes and distribution. Community members develop workshops, technical sessions, books, and webcasts; author articles; and provide comment on water reuse policies and positions.Join the Water Reuse Community
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