Webcasts

As a subscriber, you have free and privileged access to our highly rated webcasts—live and on demand. Our webcasts provide you and your organization with the opportunity to learn about new and ongoing research and to ask questions of top researchers and topic experts.

Webcasts are a great service provided to WRF subscribers. It's services like this that really help us justify the benefit of being a subscriber.

Bruce Cabral
Water Quality Manager
Santa Clara Valley Water District

The webcast provided good information and advice for developing a One Water approach.  Thank you to the presenters for sharing their time and knowledge.

Rian A. McCaslin
Area Manager
DuroMaxx

Continuing Education & Professional Development

​You may be eligible to receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and/or Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for viewing The Water Research Foundation webcasts. You are responsible for checking your state/province requirements to ensure that the webcast hours are accepted, as well as submitting the required information to your states/provinces. We will provide a certificate for viewing an on demand webcast within 12 months of the live webcast broadcast only.

  1. When the webcast is complete, a certificate of completion will be automatically generated. 
  2. Contact your state/province licensing agency to verify that CEUs/PDHs will be awarded for the webcast and any other materials are required. Certification contacts are listed on the Association of Boards of Certification website.

Questions?

Contact Michelle Suazo for more information on obtaining CEU/PDH credit.

On-demand Webcasts

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WRF Technology Scan: Emerging Decentralized Technologies

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The Water Research Foundation's Technology Scan webcasts are designed to help you become a Utility of the Future! This webcast focused on emerging decentralized technologies. Technology: Multiparameter Membrane Free Amperometric...

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Innovative Technologies for Decentralized and Small Systems

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Water technology innovation can help address the nation’s pressing drinking water problems related to water quality, quantity, affordability, reliability, and security. Small systems are at a disadvantage due to a...

Copyright Basics for WRF Researchers

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This webcast for WRF researchers outlines the copyright requirements for research project deliverables and for using WRF project results in third-party publications.

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WRF Technology Scan Update: Infrastructure Planning

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The Water Research Foundation's Technology Scan webcasts are designed to help you become a Utility of the Future! This webcast focused on infrastructure planning technology. Technology: Optimizer™ - Optimatics Through...

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Long-Term Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan for SFPUC

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Many uncertain factors such as climate change, changing regulations, water quality, growth, and economic cycles may create vulnerabilities for San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s (SFPUC) Hetch Hetchy regional water system...

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2022 Unsolicited Research Program Update

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WRF’s Unsolicited Research Program funds novel, transformative research and innovation projects that can significantly advance the science of water and increase our ability to protect and preserve water in a...

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Practical Framework for Water Infrastructure Resilience Webcast

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Secure and resilient drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure is critical for public health and national security. However, the best path to ensuring the security and resilience of this infrastructure...

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WRF Technology Scan Webcast: Data Enabled Operation

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The Water Research Foundation's Technology Scan webcasts are designed to help you become a Utility of the Future! This webcast focused on water quality testing technology. ROAM™ - Fast, Accurate...