The Water Environment Federation (WEF) recently announced its annual Individual Service and Contribution Awards. These awards recognize individuals and organizations that have made outstanding contributions to the sustainability of water resources and made a profound impact on the future of the water profession.

Distinguished Professor Michael Stenstrom received the Camp Applied Research Award, which recognizes a WEF member who demonstrates a unique application of basic research or fundamental principles through the design or development of a wastewater collection or treatment system. Dr. Stenstrom’s lifetime work in wastewater system aeration and oxygen transfer has been far-reaching and seminal for a very large number of wastewater plants in North America.

For more information about the and other awards that were given out, click here.