The New England Water Environment Association’s (NEWEA’s) Stormwater Committee invites the submission of abstracts for presentation at the one-day Stormwater Specialty Seminar and Exhibit.
NEWEA's Water For People Committee will be hosting the 6th annual Softball Tournament on Saturday, October 1 at Danehy Park in Cambridge, MA. All proceeds benefit Water For People.
NEWEA mourns the loss of a water quality professional and NEWEA member, Michael Garofano and his son. Michael was a 30-year public works veteran who had also participated in NEWEA's Operations Challenge Team in the 1990s.
Join fellow New Englanders for the Annual WEFTEC Luncheon Meeting at the Border Grill Downtown L.A. in Los Angeles, CA.
In June 2011, fifty students representing US states, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands descended upon Chicago to compete for the national Stockholm Junior Water Prize and the honor of representing the United States at the international competition in Sweden.
The North East Residuals & Biosolids Conference was recently highlighted in the August issue of BioCycle World Magazine. The conference is scheduled to take place on November 9-10 at the Johnson & Wales Inn in Seekonk, MA and is expected to bring together over 100 attendees involved in residuals and biosolids management.
This year, the conference theme will focus on Residuals Math 2011: Doing More with Less. In today's world, there are more issues, more limites and less time and money but yet 'more with less' inspires innovation and vision. Register to attend or exhibit and hear first hand how others are dealing with Doing More with Less.
NPR featured a special report today on Why Cleaned Wastewater Stays Dirty In Our Minds. The article, written by Alix Spiegel, takes a hard look at the psychology behind the public's response to reuse water - http://www.npr.org/2011/08/16/139642271/why-cleaned-wastewater-stays-dirty-in-our-minds
This October, NEWEA Member, Jeff Kalmes, Laboratory Technician at the Billerica Wastewater Treatment Plant, will receive the prestigious Public Education Award from the Water Environment Federation (WEF) during WEFTEC.
On June 23rd, NEWEA sponsored the 23rd Annual Committee Member Appreciation Event to thank committee members for their hard work and dedication to the water quality industry.
NEWEA Member, Jerry Hopcroft led the Wentworth "Green Team" in WEF's Wastewater Challenge Competition.
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