WATER NEWS

May 07 2014 - Submitted by: Bethany Bauer
The Mississippi River Voyage is a fundraising event brought to you by the Water for People Committee of the Michigan Water Environment Association. The Voyage will begin on July 19, 2014 in Lake Itasca, Minnesota and follow the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico. The Mississippi River Voyage...
Jan 01 2012 - Submitted by: Bethany Bauer
Sarah Bernier of Duperon Corporation will present "Safe Water in Ecuador" at NEWEA 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts during Session #18 on Tuesday, January 24, 2012. One in eight people worldwide lack access to safe drinking water. Every 20 seconds a child dies due to water-related...
Nov 15 2011 - Submitted by: Bethany Bauer
On Saturday, October 16, 2011, more than 90 volunteers gathered in South Los Angeles in advance of WEFTEC. They carried shovels, pick axes and gloves; they pushed wheelbarrows full of gravel and dirt, ready to get their hands dirty in support of the 2011 WEF Community Service Project. The 2011...
Jun 01 2011 - Submitted by: CDM
Dearborn, Michigan - Do you believe that everyone should have access to clean, safe water every day? If so, you are invited to enjoy the Water For People 2nd Annual Picnic Fundraiser. Open to the public, this family-friendly event offers food, entertainment, children's activities, and information...
Sep 28 2010 - Submitted by: Lori Harrison
Who: The Water Environment Federation (WEF), in coordination with Global Green and Groundwork New Orleans, has organized a community service project in conjunction with WEFTEC® 2010, the world's largest annual water quality conference and exhibition. Managed by WEF's Students and Young...
Nov 18 2008 - Submitted by: Dawn Kristof Champney
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Dave Angelo, Vice President & General Manager of Fairbanks Morse Pump (Kansas City, KS), was named Chairman of the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers' Association (WWEMA) during the organization's 100th Annual Meeting in Tucson, Arizona. Elected by WWEMA's Board of...
Apr 11 2008 - Submitted by: Bethany Bauer
Saginaw, MI, April 11, 2008: Rapidly rising world population, paired with an aging infrastructure increasingly unable to support the growth. Climate changes impacting the replenishment of aquifers, depleting the world's supply of good quality water. Increased energy costs. Higher rates of water...