WEFTEC 2022 Call for Abstracts is open

Dec. 6, 2021
Share your knowledge, create connections and help transform the future of water at WEFTEC 2022. The submission deadline is December 15, 2021.

Presenting at WEFTEC creates the opportunity for you to grow professionally, connect and build professional relationships with the water community, and share your knowledge, experience, and innovation to help transform the future of water. 

WEF and the WEFTEC Program Committee are seeking technical program content in the form of abstracts and topical session proposals for WEFTEC 2022, the world's most comprehensive gathering of water professionals and thought leaders.

The submission deadline is December 15, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. ET. 

Topic Areas of Interest:

  • Asset Management
  • Effective Utility Management
  • Project Delivery
  • Rates, Finance, and Capital Planning
  • Resiliency and Security
  • Collection Systems
  • Wet Weather Issues
  • Air Quality and Odors
  • Treatment: Preliminary and Primary
  • Treatment: Secondary
  • Treatment: Advanced
  • Nutrients: Mainstream Nitrogen Removal
  • Nutrients: Mainstream Phosphorous Removal
  • Nutrients: Mainstream Nutrient Removal
  • Nutrients: Sidestream Treatment
  • Residuals and Biosolids
  • Energy Management and Optimization
  • Energy Recovery
  • Water Reuse, Desalination, and Brine Recovery
  • Disinfection and Public Health
  • Instrumentation, Control, and Automation
  • Microconstituents, Contaminants of Emerging Concern, and Trace Organic Compounds
  • Stormwater
  • Industrial Issues and Treatment Technologies 
  • Small Communities, Decentralized Systems
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Future Issues
  • Watershed Management

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