The exchange, supported by WE&RF, WEF, and NACWA, provides an effective way for utilities to learn about, gain confidence in, and adopt new technologies and approaches more quickly.
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The 2016 Water Technology Survey seeks to understand the innovative technologies of interest to the water sector and determine their implementation status.
WE&RF and the U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities is accepting proposals for research to enhance understanding and effectiveness of stormwater management program alternatives.
WE&RF has awarded a contract to Northwestern University to study design and operational impacts of incorporating enhanced biological phosphorus removal (Bio-P) or other phosphorus recovery techniques with a low-energy, low-carbon nitrogen removal process at WRRFs.