When you get a cool drink of water, wash your hair or water your garden, you probably don’t think about engineering. After you flush or watch gray water circle the drain, you forget it… but for WSSC, it’s what we do.
Did you know that engineers are crucial to protecting public health and getting clean, quality water to you?
WSSC is all about water. How to filter it, treat it, protect it, test it – you get the picture. During National Engineers’ Week or EWeek, we highlight the intersection of engineering and water. Engineers solve everyday problems and WSSC is chock full of engineers waiting to solve the next challenge.
Help tell the story of engineering by posting your EWeek photos, fun facts and videos on social media! Tag us, like and share our posts and we’ll do the same.
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In 1951, National Society of Professional Engineers founded National Engineers Week or EWeek, to ensure a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers. EWeek raises public awareness of engineers' positive contributions and real-life solutions. It also promotes recognition of the importance of a technical education and a high level of math, science, and technology literacy, and motivates youth, to pursue engineering careers.