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WEFTEC Now features timely coverage of major events leading up to, during, and after WEFTEC. This resource will become an enduring record of past WEFTEC conferences as well as provide notice of upcoming events and opportunities.
In this special video edition of Words on Water, produced for WEFTEC Connect, Ben Cote, President of Altra Solutions, talks about the challenges of repairing and replacing water mains and lead service lines and how pipe lining can be an effective option.
In this special video edition of Words on Water, produced for WEFTEC Connect, Chandler Johnson, Chief Technology Officer of World Water Works, discusses increasingly stringent nutrient limits and how to achieve them.
To help get you prepared for your WEFTEC Connect experience, we have created a series of video tutorials that explain how to navigate the WEFTEC Connect platform and technology tips for troubleshooting.
Earlier this month, the judges of the 2020 WEFTEC Connect Student Design Competition chose winners in two categories from among the 27 universities that participated. This year was the first fully virtual competition.
On Sunday, October 4, at noon EDT (16:00 UTC), join us for 24 hours of presentations from around the globe. Dubbed 24 Hours of Water, this event will feature new videos from innovation partners and organizations every 30 minutes with stops in North America, Latin America, Oceania, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Africa. Learn how they are managing and pivoting to handle the new normal.
In addition to comprehensive education, serious business, and plentiful networking, WEFTEC Connect brings you the chance to win some great prizes. The best part is that you earn points toward winning simply by participating.
In this episode of the Words on Water podcast, Onder Caliskaner explains the process and purpose of carbon re-direction at water resource recovery facilities and the current trends in the sector. He also talks about the practice and benefits of cellulose recovery from wastewater.