The Water Resources Utility of the Future 2015 Annual Report provides an update on the water sector’s efforts to transform treatment into full resource recovery that includes sustainable, cost-effective management options.
The onsite program, presentations, list of participants, photos, notes, and other materials from the WEF/WERF Intensification of Resource Recovery Forum are now available.
As part of LIFT, WERF is developing a National Water Resource Recovery Facility Test Bed Network and Directory.
WERF and the National Science Foundation (NSF) will collaborate to support research and technology development and demonstration for intensification and resource recovery at wastewater facilities.
WERF has awarded Dr. Mari Winkler of the University of Washington, with the 2015 Paul L. Busch Award. With the $100,000 prize, Dr. Winkler seeks to improve water reclamation.
WERF has recognized the City of Fort Worth’s Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility (VCWRF) with its Award for Excellence in Innovation for its use of WERF research to guide the implementation of a series of sustainable facility upgrades.