Winners Crowned in WE&T’s Views of Reuse Photo Contest

February 23, 2018

Multimedia, WEF Resources & Efforts

A photo of an electrician reviewing the operation of a water resource recovery facility pump station in Guanajuato, Mexico, placed second in the Water Environment & Technology Views of Reuse photo competition. Photo courtesy of Rafael Luna, Guanajuato State Government.

A photo of an electrician reviewing the operation of a water resource recovery facility pump station in Guanajuato, Mexico, placed second in the Water Environment & Technology Views of Reuse photo competition. Photo courtesy of Rafael Luna, Guanajuato State Government.

To help ring in the new year, Water Environment & Technology (WE&T) magazine readers dazzled online audiences with photos of water reuse. Images showcased groundbreaking projects, innovative ways to preserve and reuse water, and utility professionals doing their best work to protect public health and the environment.

The Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) online Views of Reuse contest attracted 21 submissions from around the world, including some photos from as far away as Bangladesh. As the third in an ongoing series of contests hosted on WEF’s Facebook page, winning photos are selected by the number of votes they receive from social media followers. Winners of the water reuse-themed WE&T photo contest, who will receive prizes and see their photos in the March, April, and May issues of the magazine, were

  • Jennifer Cisneros, Bio-Microbics Inc. (Shawnee, Kan.), in first place;
  • Rafael Luna, Guanajuato, Mexico State Government, in second place; and
  • Lisa Van Riper, Alexandria (Va.) Renew Enterprises, in third place.

Read the “From the Field” section beginning in the March edition of WE&T for more information about contest winners and their photos.

The next photo contest will be open for submissions on March 1. See WEF’s Facebook page for more details.

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