WE&T Photo Contest Shows Operators in Action

This photo submitted by Julie Tsivia Cohen won first-place in the WE&T Operator-in-Action photo contest. Photo courtesy of Tsivia Cohen, East Bay Municipal Utility District (Orinda, Calif.).

This photo submitted by Julie Tsivia Cohen won first-place in the WE&T Operator-in-Action photo contest. Photo courtesy of Tsivia Cohen, East Bay Municipal Utility District (Orinda, Calif.).

On July 31, Water Environment & Technology (WE&T) magazine revealed the winners of its photo contest. During June and July, more than 50 photos of water quality professionals on-the-job were collected and 300 votes were cast for these submissions.

Entries came from wastewater operators, water systems engineers, hydrologists, environmental workers, and various others. They provided a snapshot of a dedicated workforce committed to protecting the environment and public health across the world. One entry came from as far away as Indonesia.

Winners received a WE&T prize pack including technical materials, safety gear, and limited-edition WE&T merchandise. These winners also will appear in a new section of WE&T called “From the Field,” which debuts in the September issue.

Browse the gallery to see selected entries from the Operator-in-Action Photo Contest, and check the the Water Environment Federation (Alexandria, Va.) Facebook page to prepare for our next contest – Stormwater Snapshots – which opens Sept. 1.

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