Special Topic Newsletter – WEFTEC 2014

Oct. 30, 2014

This month's newsletter is all about WEFTEC 2014.

Featured Articles
Water Technology Assistant Editor Maria Woodie interviews Phil Rolchigo, Ph.D., Pentair’s vice president of Global Technology, about wastewater recovery and the recent WEFTEC 2014 panel discussion he lead titled, “Resource Recovery from Wastewater: Emerging Trends.”
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference, or WEFTEC, is recognized as the world’s largest annual water quality event and provides the latest technologies and services for water environment preservation, restoration and sustainability.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The 2014-2015 Board of Trustees were confirmed by the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) House of Delegates during WEFTEC 2014.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The competition, a program of WEF’s Students & Young Professionals Committee, promotes real-world design experience for students interested in pursuing an education and/or career in water/wastewater engineering and sciences.
NEW ORLEANS — The Operations Challenge is a fast-paced test of the essential skills needed to operate and maintain wastewater treatment facilities, their collection systems and laboratories.
NEW ORLEANS — The National Biosolids Partnership (NBP) advances environmentally sound biosolids management practices.

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