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CMOM 2024

The CMOM approach outlines a dynamic system management framework that encourages evaluating and prioritizing efforts to identify and correct performance problems in collection systems. CMOM will be held August 5-6, 2024.
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Transforming Wastewater Management: From Raw Data to Strategic Action

Join Kando, Yokogawa, and El Paso Water for a discussion on remote data monitoring of wastewater streams

May 2024

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Register for the Collection Systems and Odor and Corrosion Conference: Planning for Texas Sized Growth

As Texas grows, so must our miles of collection systems! Join us and hear from utility executives, collection systems experts, and manufacturers and reps as we discuss collection system and odor and corrosion topics.

2024 Collection Systems and Odor and Corrosion Conference

Become a Member

Network with your industry peers and colleagues on best water management and treatment practices. Be part of something larger than you! Join a 3800+ strong group of committed and passionate individuals working for clean water. Become part of The water quality group in Texas today!

Join WEAT Today

What We're About

At 4200 strong, WEAT’s members are professionals who have dedicated their careers to protecting and enhancing our state’s water resources.

Educate

WEAT educates water quality professionals on best treatment practices and promotes innovative treatment techniques.

Engage

WEAT provides networking opportunities for peer to peer learning and professional growth.

Advocate

WEAT protects human and environmental health through professional and public information and education.

Member Story

" I have served as Co-Chair of WEAT Southeast, Wastewater Operations Committee from 2018 to 2022. I am excited to continue serving WEAT at the State Level as the Co-Chair of the Collection Systems Committee.

Raghavender Nednur, Houston Public Works