Wednesday, May 13, 2015

EVENT SPOTLIGHT: “Water and Me” Young Professionals Summit

Registration for the 3rd Canadian Young Professionals Summit – Water and Me – will be closing soon. Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to discuss the current state and future of the local and global water industry with experts from government, utilities, academia, consultancy, non-profit organizations and engineering firms! Earn up to 8 professional development hours of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec by attending the summit. Meet with over 50 WEFMAX delegates, US and Canadian Leaders in the Water Industry, during the evening Meet & Greet. 

More information on the programme and the speakers, including the president of the Water Environment Federation - Ed McCormick, can be found on our website:

Registration preferably before 20 May for logistical reasons
Date: May 27th, 2015
Venue: Université Laval, Québec

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

The online registration is now open!

The online registration is now closed. If you still like to register please send us a mail:

Earn up to 8 Professional Development Hours by attending the YP Summit! 

Friday, January 30, 2015


We are pleased to announce the 3rd Canadian Young Professional Summit held at Université Laval (Québec, Qc, Canada) by Réseau Environnement and WEF.

The YP Summit aims to promote the exchange of knowledge, skills and experiences between professionals from government, academia, consultancy, utilities and engineering firms around the theme Water and Me.

The attendees are encouraged to actively discuss the challenges and opportunities of their job with experienced senior professionals. High-level keynote speakers will address essential future needs in the water sector. A field trip to the large wastewater treatment plant of Québec with its real-time integrated control system is scheduled before the social activity in the evening.

This event is for Young Professionals (up to 35 years) working with water and seeking professional development and networking opportunities within a wide and varied water community.