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WEF WaterBlog

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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Continuing drought spurs new plans, actions in Texas
Wastewater is beginning to play a more prominent role as a solution to Texas’ water crisis.

   Posted by Mr. Coonan is the President of the Water Environment Association of Texas and has more than 30 years of experience conducting water resources planning studies and designs. He is a

WEF Shares Stormwater Expertise on Capitol Hill

WEF members provided testimony at Senate hearing on impacts of stormwater runoff associated with highways and roadways on infrastructure and the environment.  



Posted by:
Seth Brown, Stormwater Program and Policy Manager, Water Environment Federation 

Odors and Air Pollutants 2014: On the Smelling Edge

Odors and Air Pollutants 2014 On the Smelling Edge   Whenever I think about going to a WEF conference there are a couple things on my mind. One is to see what everyone is doing and another is to find

   Posted by Neil A. Webster, P.E. Mr. Webster is the Chairman of the WEF Odor Committee and has been in the odor control consulting business for more than 30 years. He

Facilitating Resource Recovery in Austin

Facilitating Resource Recovery in Austin   Resource recovery….the term falls easily from our lips, and has increasingly been a focal point for solids managers worldwide. But how do you move from “saying” to “doing”, and transform a vision of resource

Posted by Lynne H. Moss, P.E., BCEEVice President, CDM Smith   Ms. Moss is a Vice President and environmental engineer with CDM Smith and recently celebrated her 30th anniversary with the firm. She specializes in