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Education: Resources

The following links offer fun and interesting information about water and wastewater treatment:

Bristolwater Water Treatment in England
Information, questions, and pictures about the water cycle

EPA, Environmental Protection Agency
Comprehensive sections on Wastewater Technology, Wastewater Management, and Wastewater Infrastructure

ESRI, Environmental Systems Research Institute
ESRI, a prominent GIS and mapping software manufacturer, provides extensive information for schools

Highline Water District in Seattle, Washington
Fun facts about water

Kansas Department of Health and Education
Kansas Kids Can Newsletters

Microbe Zoo
Comm Tech Lab's website by Michigan State University offers exploration of microbes. A major attraction is Water World which includes bacteria, algae, methane producers, and more.

U.S. Geological Survey's Water Science School
Guide describes what happens at each stage of the treatment process and how pollutants are removed.

Wally Creates a Lego Wastewater Wonderland 
A youngster learns the treatment process with classic toys

Water District of Portland, Maine
Just for Kids page offers Story Time, Coloring Book, Cool Pursuits, and Knowledge Quest

Water.Org: Clean Water Means Healthy Kids
Committed to providing clean drinking water to communities in developing countries

Water Environment Federation Info for Students & Teachers K-12
A variety of resources covering today's most important water environment topics. Includes info on Work for Water, coloring book for grades 1-3, Stockholm Junior Water Prize, and World Water Monitoring Challenge

Water Environment Federation's Go with the Flow 
Be in the Know...Go with the Flow is an interactive wastewater treatment map that takes you on a visual journey through the wastewater treatment process. Beginning in our homes and businesses and ending when clean water is returned to oceans, lakes, and other bodies of water, each icon represents a different step in the wastewater treatment process and provides viewers with a simple, non-technical narrative description. A variety of resources covering today's most important water environment topics.