WEF and Korean Water Organizations Commit To Strengthen Ties During WEFTEC

November 3, 2014

WEF Resources & Efforts

During WEFTEC® 2014, the Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) signed Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with the Korean Water and Wastewater Works Association (KWWA; Seoul, South Korea) and Korean Environment Corp. (KECO; Incheon, South Korea) to help strengthen ties between the organizations. The organizations will seek opportunities to exchange knowledge and they will support each other’s publications, activities, initiatives, and special projects to help achieve the shared goal of protecting the environment and encouraging sustainable development.

“WEF is delighted about this important step to strengthen our connection with Korea through ties with these two distinguished associations,” said WEF Executive Director Eileen O’Neill. “As a result of these two new MOUs, we can look forward to more exciting opportunities to support our mutual interest in improved water management and sustainable practices.”

The MOUs were signed at the Global Center, which hosted 18 trade delegations from around the world to participate in WEFTEC 2014.

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