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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.
WEFTEC provides unique opportunities to connect with and hear from global experts at events like the Water Thought Leaders session, where some of the best and brightest minds in water will share their thinking on the future of cities and water.
Posted by:Eileen O'Neill, Deputy Executive Director, Water Environment Federation
inaugural Stormwater Congress is co-located as a “conference-within-a-conference”
at WEFTEC 2013 in Chicago, where it leverages cutting-edge education and
unlimited networking opportunity for water professionals and others working
within both the fields of stormwater and wastewater.
Posted by:Mr. Michael BeezholdSenior Planner and Project ManagerCamp Dresser McKee, Inc. (CDM).
On Red Rubber Balls and the OGS By Cordell W. Samuels August 15, 2013 Earlier this summer, I had the pleasure of talking with Kevin Carroll, our Opening General Session speaker for WEFTEC 2013 ® in Chicago. Based on
Posted by Cordell Samuels, WEF President Cordell W. Samuels is the 2012 2013 President of the Water Environment Federation (WEF). He is the Plant Superintendent for the Duffin Creek WPCP in the Regional Municipality of
Where's The Public Anger About Water? By Linda Hanifin Bonner August 8, 2013 Major headlines appeared recently throughout national media about the potential for Prince Georges County, MD residents and businesses to be without water for five days
Posted by Linda Hanifin Bonner, PhD, CAEWater Design Build Council Operations Manager Amanda Waters is Government Affairs Counsel for the Water Environment Federation, where she plays a key role in advocating