New Question of the Day Program
Win a Select Knowledge Center Course at a 70% Discount!
Test your knowledge with WEF's new free Question of the Day Program! If you get 15 questions correct in a month you will receive a select Knowledge Center course at a 70% discount.
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At the end of each month, the questions and answer will be available in the Knowledge Center in an easy-to-make flash card format. The flash cards will be free to WEF members, and $3 for nonmembers.
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Take a New Business Skills Course!
55 Courses Added
Would you like to take an online course in leadership, communication, project management, or management? 55 courses in these categories have been added! Filter for "Business Skills Courses" (the purple/dark red icon) in the Knowledge Center.
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WEFTEC Registration is Now Open!
New Orleans September 27 - October 1, 2014
As the largest annual water quality conference and exhibition in the world, WEFTEC 2014 will use nearly one million net square feet of exhibition and meeting space at New Orleans’ famed New Orleans Morial Convention Center. To date, the 2014 technical program includes approximately 1,000 expert speakers, 140 technical sessions, 31 workshops and eight local facility tours.
A wide range of topics and focus areas allow attendees to design their own, unique learning experience with the opportunity to earn continuing education credits. The 2014 focus areas include: resource recovery including nutrients and energy; energy management; stormwater; collection systems; wastewater treatment design; facility operations and maintenance; utility management and leadership; residuals and biosolids management; water reclamation, reuse, and desalination; disinfection and public health; watershed management and sustainability; industrial issues including petrochemical, refinery, and food/beverage industries; and innovation across all topics.
Register for the Residuals and Biosolids Conference
May 18-21 in Austin, Texas
The Water Environment Federation’s Residuals and Biosolids Committee, in cooperation with the Water Environment Association of Texas, is sponsoring a specialty conference on residuals and biosolids management. The Conference Program Committee developed a great program that incorporates best management practices through workshops, technical sessions, a tour, and an exhibition that will provide attendees with a diverse learning experience.