LIFT 2019 Technology Webinar Series

Join us online to learn about the latest innovative technologies that can help achieve the Utility of the Future!

Strategic Workforce Plan/Employee Value Proposition Webcast: February 21, 2019

This webcast will summarize the recent workforce workshops held in Washington D.C. and San Francisco, CA and present results and recommendations for the water sector.

Rolling Out “Community‐enabled Lifecycle Analysis of Stormwater Infrastructure Costs” Tool Webcast: March 7, 2019

This webcast presents a rigorous framework of life cycle cost analysis for green and gray infrastructure, along with a live demo of CLASIC tool features and user interface.

Open Requests for Proposals

There are currently multiple opportunities to submit proposals for the Solicited/Focus Area Progam Online.


WRF News & Highlights

Intelligent Water Systems Challenge Launches for Second Year

The Intelligent Water Systems Challenge is back for a second year to encourage participants to use innovation and data to help solve some of the most difficult issues facing water and wastewater utilities.

The Water Research Foundation Signs Memorandum of Understanding with EPA to Advance Nutrient Management Efforts

Building on WRF's decades-long research on nutrients in America’s waters, WRF and EPA have signed a MOU to increase understanding of how smart partnerships and market-based approaches can be used to reduce excess nutrients in the nation’s waterways.

The Water Research Foundation Names Peter Grevatt as new Chief Executive Officer

WRF has named Dr. Peter Grevatt as Chief Executive Officer, effective in February 2019.

WRF Launches Project to Demonstrate Phosphorus Recovery Using CalPrex™ System

WRF has launched a project, Demonstrating the CalPrex™ System for High Efficiency Phosphorus Recovery (5004), between the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District (Madison, Wisconsin), Metro Wastewater Reclamation District (Denver, Colorado), Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (Boston, Massachusetts), and Centrisys/CNP (Kenosha, Wisconsin), to demonstrate a high-rate, pre-digestion phosphorus removal and recovery technology.