Podcast hosts share interviews from WEFTEC 18 in New Orleans
In this special episode of Talking Under Water: One Water, One Podcast, hosts Water Quality Products Managing Editor Amy McIntosh, Storm Water Solutions Managing Editor Lauren Baltas and Water & Wastes Digest Managing Editor Bob Crossen share insights and interviews from the Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), held Oct. 1 to 3, 2018, in New Orleans.
The team interviewed Dean Amhaus, president and CEO, and Steve Glynn, director of innovation, of the Water Council regarding the BREW (business-research-entrepreneurship-in water) Accelerator program and the council’s role in connecting businesses. Baltas shares an interview with Jonas Rugys, solutions engineer for the global water practice from Esri, on how software data is revolutionizing the storm water sector. Crossen includes an interview with Annie Wise, the public sector development coordinator from Inductive Automation, discussing the changes from design-bid-build to design-build.
Show notes and news links:
— The Water Council (@TheWaterCouncil) October 1, 2018
— StormWaterSolutions (@SWSmag) October 1, 2018
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