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The Water Environment Federation (WEF) WaterBlog is hosted by water quality experts and features discussions about the latest ideas, trends, and news in the profession.

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The Utility Management Conference 2011: Even Better Than the Usual Drill

Posted January 31, 2011

As WEF co-chair for the program committee and long-time supporter of Effective Utility Management Collaborative Effort, I’m seriously looking forward to The Utility Management Conference™ 2011 in Denver next week. It’s the place to be for water and wastewater utility managers who want to improve the way they operate, and as usual, the program includes a series of high-quality presentations and the latest information about the attributes of effective utility management and how to be a successful manager.




  Posted by:
Philip Tiewater, PE, Senior Consultant at EMA, Inc.
On Delivering Water Science and Engineering Resources

Posted January 18, 2011

The WEF Water Science and Engineering Center (WSEC) is a new group strategically designed to keep WEF in the forefront of knowledge delivery, and our goals are to manage the development of technical content through coordination across all programs, initiatives, and committee activities; keep leadership abreast of emerging topics such as...




   Posted by:
Dr. Barry Liner, WEF director, Water Science & Engineering Center, blogs about innovation at WEF and WEFTEC.
It’s a New Year in Technical Education for Water Quality People

Posted January 3, 2011

Happy New Year water quality professionals! As a leading source of water quality expertise, WEF is committed to bringing you the field’s best science, engineering, and technical practices through meetings, webcasts, online resources and publications, and more.





Posted by:
Jeanette Brown, 2010-2011 President of WEF