WEF launches new, improved online discussion forums

The Water Environment Federation (WEF) announces the launch of new and improved discussion forums on its website. First launched in 2005, the forums have been revised to enhance usability and encourage greater forum activity. Notable changes include a revision of format categories and the creation of a fully searchable archive. Open to anyone, the forums provide access to an online community of water professionals and promote networking and knowledge exchange within common fields of expertise...

ALEXANDRIA, VA, Feb. 29, 2008 -- The Water Environment Federation (WEF) announces the launch of new and improved discussion forums on its website, www.wef.org. First launched in 2005, the forums have been revised to enhance usability and encourage greater forum activity. Notable changes include a revision of format categories and the creation of a fully searchable archive.

Open to anyone, the forums provide access to an online community of water professionals and promote networking and knowledge exchange within common fields of expertise. Anyone can view and search the forums without signing in, but users must create a free account to add a post or create a new topic for discussion. Current topics include:
• Biological Nutrient Removal
• Biosolids & Residuals
• Collection Systems
• Industrial Wastes Treatment
• Laboratory Management & Technical Issues
• Operation & Maintenance
• Utility Management
• Water and Wastewater Infrastructure

Fully-searchable, archived topics include:
• Academic and Student
• Foros de Discusión Técnica (Technical Discussion Group in Spanish)
• Air Quality
• Disinfection
• Safety & Health
• Small Systems
• Microconstituents (may also be known as CPCs or EDCs)

For more information or to begin participating in a discussion forum, visit www.wef.org/TechnicalDiscussions

Formed in 1928, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization with 32,000 individual members and 80 affiliated Member Associations representing an additional 50,000 water quality professionals throughout the world.

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