Residuals and Biosolids 2011 — Adapting Residuals Management to a Changing Climate
Join 700 of your industry colleagues May 22–25 in Sacramento, Calif. at the 25th annual Residuals and Biosolids Conference. WEF will host 18 technical sessions, four workshops, and one facility tour. Don’t miss this training opportunity!

Exhibition and Sponsorship Opportunities Now Available at Residuals and Biosolids 2011
Exhibiting at Residuals and Biosolids 2011 provides networking access to a targeted audience, new and returning attendees, with high level of buying intent. Consider sponsoring to receive unparalleled exposure before, during, and after the show with a registration giveaway item such as eco-friendly lanyards, water bottles, or a new sponsorship opportunity: the 2nd Annual Wastewater Challenge.

Marjorie Boone

JoshuaCasey Corporate Training and Education has provided safety training and consulting to companies in Southern California since 1997. Their President, Marjorie Del Toro-Boone, recently announced that they will be changing their name to ehs International, Inc., and that they are moving their executive offices to Lake Forest.

Ehs, International, Inc. is also going green. They are no longer producing paper documents. Instead they are offering fully digital services. All of their client paperwork will be provided in a digital format. [Read more]

This is outside of California, but check out this cool wastewater animation!


Jeanette Brown, 2010–2011 WEF President.

Jeanette Brown, 2010–2011 WEF President.

Recognizing Operators as Guardians of Public Health

Not only water professionals believe the advent of basic wastewater collection and treatment in the 20th century resulted in direct benefits to public health in the United States and other developed countries. In 2007, thousands of readers of the prestigious British Medical Journal picked sanitation, or wastewater collection and treatment, as “the most important medical advance since 1840.”

That’s right; sanitation was chosen by medical professionals as the most important medical advancement during the past 160 years instead of anesthetics, antibiotics, and countless other Nobel Prize-winning advances.  [Read more]