Welcome to the WEAU website

Welcome to the WEAU website. This is the official website of the Water Environment Association of Utah (WEAU).

WEAU is the State of Utah affiliate of the Water Environment Federation (www.wef.org). WEAU and WEF are member associations comprised of water quality professionals including public works staff, treatment plant operator, engineers, scientists, and planners working to preserve and enhance water quality and the global water environment.

If you want to post something to the website, please contact the webmaster by clicking on the "Contact Webmaster" link under Quick Links on the left, or click here.

Additional Online Trainings

Need additional CEU’s? WEAU’s parent association, WEF, has webcast and webinars available to members. You will need your username and password to access the trainings. There are archived and live trainings available. EPA also has free live or recorded webcast and webinars

WEF Webcasts


EPA training


How to get the CEU’s for watching a webcast and webinars

  1. Watch the webinar/webcast.
  2. Then submit the following information to [email protected]
  3. Provide
    1. The topic of the webinar
    2. Length of the webinar
    3. Link to the presentation
    4. Summary of what you learned from the webinar
    5. The speaker information from the link



COVID-19 is disrupting many aspects of our lives. This includes travel plans, school, work, sports, and much more. The WEAU Board is confident, however, that if we take the necessary measures we can slow the growth of the Coronavirus in our community and ultimately come out victorious. To prevent the creation of settings where this virus may spread and following the lead of the State of Utah, we are canceling all in person organization-sponsored events.

If you have registered or paid fees for any WEAU events (i.e. trainings, conferences, etc.) a refund check will be issued to you within the next 45-60 days.



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