Often, wastewater treatment services remain out-of-sight and out-of-mind. But 12-year-old Came ron Weeks sought to change that when he decided to learn about local wastewater operators for a school project.
WEF inspires a love connection
It’s one of those fairy-tale romances you thought only happened in movies.
Chris Wilson and Lauren Zuravnsky first crossed paths in 2005 while participating in the Virginia Water Environment Association Student Design Competition.
Our incredible volunteers, WEF Executive Director Eileen O’Neill, and more than 100 professional WEF staff are developing exceptional programs and networking opportunities for us to enjoy in 2017.
If you are licensed as a water or wastewater operator in the State of Iowa — or would like to be — the Environmental Training Center at Kirkwood Community College (Cedar Rapids) could be your one-stop shop for professional development.
Perry Alagappan’s research on heavy-metal removal continues to appeal to an international audience. The winner of the 2015 International Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP) was invited to participate in the Budapest Water Summit 2016.
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February 2017 Digest
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