Wasteland to parkland: the Cherry Farm/River Road Remediation by JG Goeddertz, JH Kyles, MS Raybuck
Niagara River toxics 2000 by Niagara River Secretariate
Involving youth in water quality issues by J Spisiak
Coarse monomedia filtration: a solution to wet weather flow by BT Smith and KM Miller
Water resources management history project by RD Hennigan
Managing Mercury in Erie County by MC Rossi
President's message by AJ Zabinski
Executive director's report by P Cerro-Reehil
Fall 2000 Vol. 30, No. 3
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) recently announced the publication of Membrane Technologies for Industrial and Municipal Wastewater Treatment and Reuse (Order No. P00103PL). Price: members $62.00, $80.00 nonmembers, plus postage, handling and applicable taxes. Review copies are available to editors upon request. Contact Nancy Blatt or Barry Eisenberg at 800-666-0206 or 703-684-2452 (fax 703-684-2492).
WEF, together with leading international water organizations and companies, announced plans to create a comprehensive water Web site combining the collective insights of more than a hundred thousand global water specialists. A worldwide launch is planned for summer 2001. Contact Mr. Tor Wennesland, Secretary General, International Water Academy (phone +47 22 76 92 50); Mr. Bjorn von Euler, Director, Corporate Communications, Fluid Technology and Specialty Products, ITT Industries (phone 201-760-5795, corporate web site (click here); Mr. Al Goodman, President, Water Environment Federation (phone 812-945-2333).
The National Biosolids Partnership (NBP), a not-for-profit consortium of WEF, Association of Metropolitan Sewerage Agencies, and USEPA, officially launched its web site in July 2000,
The web site will serve as a central clearing house for communication of biosolids-related information. Contact Sam Hadeed for additional information. Phone 703-684-2418.
The Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) recently announced that more than twenty new or expanded projects, representing nearly $7 million in funding for research, have been selected for funding. The RFPs build on previous WERF-sponsored research and move in new directions. WERF's research programs seek to promote the application of sound science and objective information to support the water quality community and the public it serves. Proposals must be delivered to WERF by close of business on October 31, 2000.
For more information, or to receive a complete RFP package and instructions on submitting proposals, call WERF at 703-684-2470, x7900; fax 703-299-0742; or email.
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