Youth for Water

Neda Simeonova

Public awareness about water management and conservation starts at an early age with the help of children's award programs, such as the 26th Annual WateReuse Symposium Recycled Water Art and Writing Contest.

WWD Managing Editor Caitlin Cunningham and I enjoyed seeing displays of the winning entries at last week's event in Phoenix. The purpose of the art and writing contest is for students to promote the importance of water management and the infinite possibilities for conserving, protecting and advancing technologies and projects that result in greater water reuse, recycling and efficient management of water resources.

Those of you who have a Facebook account are invited to "like" the Water & Wastes Digest page to view pictures of this year's winning entries and to view all of our latest editorial postings.

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