WEF, SIWI Agree to Expand Collaboration on Water Issues
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Water Environment Federation
Water Environment Federation Stockholm International Water Institute

Organizations signed a Memorandum of Understanding at WEFTEC 2013

The Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) have agreed to collaborate on a broad spectrum of water issues of mutual interest and benefit to the field. The agreement was signed in Chicago at WEFTEC 2013.

The agreement confirms the interest of both parties in a sustained relationship that will identify and to encourage information and knowledge-building about innovative new strategies, solutions, and challenges on water. WEF and SIWI also hope to contribute to the identification of best practices; to the development of tools to address challenges to water sustainability; and also to the identification of innovative approaches to smarter and more sustainable approaches to water services and to water management more broadly. Specific project areas called out in the Agreement include work on identifying innovative solutions to urban water management, and energy/water issues.

“WEF has a long and productive history of work with SIWI, said Dr. Eileen O’Neill, WEF Interim Executive Director. “We are thrilled to formalize our commitment to a broader and deeper working relationship with this distinguished organization, which should ultimately result in better information and more opportunities for water professionals everywhere.”

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