Podcast hosts discuss water contamination in Newark, N.J., and more
In this episode of Talking Under Water, hosts Lauren Estes, Bob Crossen and Lauren Baltas discuss lead filters and water contamination issues in Newark, N.J., and changes to wastewater discharge limits for wineries in Washington state. They also interviewed Carolyn Howard, vice president and regional site development and infrastructure team leader for Draper Aden Associates, about women in the water industry. She provided advice for young professionals and insights on how the industry has changed with its attitude toward women.
This episode is now available on Soundcloud. Talking Under Water is hosted by WQP Managing Editor Lauren Estes, SWS Managing Editor Lauren Baltas and WWD Managing Editor Bob Crossen. They can be reached at [email protected].
- Washington State Starts Wastewater Discharge Permitting for Wineries
- Newark’s Drinking Water Problem: Lead And Unreliable Filters
- Newark, N.J., Groups Head to Court for Safe Drinking Water
- Lead Filter Concerns Lead to Bottled Water Use
- Leading Ladies
- Dynamic & Warm
- Watch the inaugural WWD Industry Icon talk about the women in the industry:
About the Podcast
Talking Under Water is the preeminent podcast for the water industry, including municipal and industrial water and wastewater, residential water treatment, storm water management and erosion control. It is produced in coordination between Water & Wastes Digest (WWD), Water Quality Products (WQP) and Storm Water Solutions (SWS). The podcast covers topics under the One Water movement including the municipal and industrial water and wastewater, point of use, point of entry, residential, storm water and erosion control markets. Talking Under Water highlights news, trends, new technologies, industry discussions and on-site interviews with experts for WWD, WQP and SWS. Logo Images: Anatoly Tiplyashin / Romolo Tavani / stock.adobe.com
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