WasteWater Education 501(c)3 came to the close of our FY2019-20 with a healthy balance and increased participation – in both distance learning online/on demand CEU classes and WWETT sponsored public education events! Look for the publication of our Annual Report here shortly.
It is with a heavy heart we acknowledge the demand for our distance learning expertise has come at a sad cost and for the saddest of reasons – Covid19. We are honored to help but wish it wasn’t for this reason.
WasteWater Education recently renewed the 2 year contract for our long serving Executive Director Dendra Best. Our official mailing address and company contact is still in Michigan but Dendra has now relocated to just outside Hilo, HI.
June 8, 1909: John L. Leal, George W. Fuller and George A. Johnson present papers at the AWWA annual conference on this day in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on the chloride of lime treatment system at Boonton Reservoir, New Jersey. Unlike previous presentations on the addition of disinfection chemicals to water, the three papers were received enthusiastically […]
April 5, 1827: Birth of Joseph Lister. He was born in Upton House, Essex, England on April 5, 1827 and died on February 10, 1912. His life covered the entire span of the harshest debates over the germ theory of disease and its general acceptance. Lister completed his medical education including attendance at the Royal […]
March 13, 1914: Death (in Paterson, NJ) of John L. Leal, physician and water treatment expert who pioneered chlorine disinfection in the U.S. There are many unsung heroes who contributed significantly to public health at the turn of the 20thcentury. John L. Leal is one of them and after reading this, I think you will […]
December 21, 1868: Birth of George Warren Fuller in Franklin, Massachusetts. George Warren Fuller was, quite simply, the greatest sanitary engineer of his time, and his time was long—lasting from 1895 to 1934. In truth, we have not seen his like since. How did he reach the pinnacle of his field? What early influences led […]
December 5, 1782: Martin Van Buren, 8thPresident of the U.S., is born. In the collective mind of “Mental Floss,” Van Buren is famous for his toilet. “When he lost his 1840 reelection bid in a landslide to war hero William Henry Harrison—Van Buren picked up only six states in the electoral college, and not even […]