Podcast hosts reflect on the states of their respective water industries
In this episode of Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, hosts Water & Wastes Digest Managing Editor Bob Crossen, Storm Water Solutions Managing Editor Lauren Baltas and Water Quality Products Managing Editor Amy McIntosh review some winners of One Water Awards in New Jersey and also discuss the states of their respective industries. Unsurprisingly there is overlap with the topic of skilled labor, succession planning and replacing retiring employees. The hosts also interviewed Riggs Eckelberry, CEO and president of OriginClear, about one water trends in the municipal, industrial, residential, commercial and storm water markets.
- New Jersey One Water Awards
- State of the Industry 2017 (check out the upcoming December issues for a 2018 update)
- Climate Change
- Israel Making Long-Term Plans to Avoid Water Crisis
Meet the 2018 One Water Award winners! The New Jersey One Water Awards honor projects that demonstrate great water management. This year's winners were announced at the annual meeting of @AEANJcleanwater and will be honored at #njwater18. https://t.co/rLSJADa9aX #njonewater pic.twitter.com/7akmgKA7ED
— Jersey Water Works (@JerseyWaterWrks) November 14, 2018
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