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DEDICATED AND KNOWLEDGEABLE PROFESSIONALS

The Hawaii Water Environment Association, formerly known as the Hawaii Water Pollution Control Association, is a non-profit organization, which was founded on August 9, 1962. HWEA presently has a total membership of about 450, and is part of the national and international organization Water Environment Federation (WEF) of over 41,000 members in the water environment protection field. The members of HWEA include environmental and sanitary engineers, planners, treatment plant and collection system operators, chemists, microbiologists, ecologists, regulators, public health officials, scientists and researchers, and educators.

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Summer 2018

Understanding The Effects Of Nutrient Removal On Dewatering

As states push nutrient discharge limits lower for water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs), utilities must implement different technologies to make sure they comply. While many different nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) removal technologies can help meet these limits, WRRFs must carefully select them to avoid unintended consequences on dewatering processes and costs.

Summer 2018

My Water Legacy: Sheryl and Alison Nojima

WEF Highlights Presents My Water Legacy Families

 The Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) is bringing attention to the value of membership and tradition of working in the water sector.

Summer 2018

MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR PRIORITY SHIFT

From Wastewater Treatment to Stormwater Pollution Control and Watershed Protection

By Roy Abe

Significant progress has been made in Hawaii to mitigate environmental and public health impacts from disposal of wastewater since the 1972 Clean Water Act. Much work remains, however, in improving water quality problems from stormwater runoff pollution, also referred to as nonpoint source pollution.



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Hawai‘i Water Environment Association
PO Box 2422
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96804
General Inquiries: info@hwea.org