The FWEA Public Communications and Outreach Committee is seeking public service announcements or videos from Florida high school students, that creatively explain what does or does not belong down the toilets. Students can create a newscast, news story, skit, animation, commercial or even a music video. Eligible entires- see webpage for rules and judging criteria- may win up to $700, $500 or $300 cash for first, second or third place! more info...
FWEA Connect is a virtual training opportunity coming Monday, March 29 and Tuesday, March 30. The program is currently being finalized and formal announcements will be distributed in January. You won't want to miss this high quality professional development opportunity. more info...
The WEF Forum 2021 seeks to advance the understanding of how to best apply modern particles and colloids science to engineered water systems and identifying new areas for exploration.
This event will feature two and a half days of intense presentations, discussions, and sessions, skillfully developed by the expert Steering Committee. Forum attendees can expect deep dives into the following highlighted topics:
Particle Type and Properties
Additionally, attendees will be able to have unlimited, uninterrupted, and meaningful networking opportunities to discuss and debate the leading research available on all matters surrounding particles and colloids. The full program for this event is still being developed and will be available in July 2020.
FWEA/FBC Joint Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training/Certification
The Utility Management Committee will be hosting the FWEA/FBC Joint Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training/Certification.
This is a great opportunity to learn the Lean Six Sigma fundamentals and its application; develop an understanding and ability to apply the techniques of various elements; how to prioritize processes for improvement; and approaches and tools to immediately improve process in your workplace. All of this will be done specifically using and relating to the use of the data collected by the FBC for the annual report.
The instructor, Bruce Berger, is a certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt with over 25 years of experience helping organizations in both the public and private sectors to improve performance at all levels through the application and implementation of Lean Six Sigma, Professional Development, and Industrial Engineering programs.