In this month’s episode of Talking Under Water, hosts Lauren Del Ciello, Katie Johns and Bob Crossen touch on a water crisis in Lebanon related to high fuel prices. The hosts also dig into the impacts of Hurricane Ida on all aspects of water, from drinking water to wastewater and storm water
Finally, the interview this month is with Scott Wilson, president and CEO of Regenesis. Del Ciello spoke with Wilson about PFAS, the impact on groundwater, a rise in consumer awareness and how PFAS is a One Water issue.
- Lebanon's fuel crisis is causing a drinking water crisis
- Ida’s Heavy Rains Send Louisiana Residents on a Hunt for Clean Water
- New Orleans, Louisiana, Faces Difficulty With Sewer System in Aftermath of Hurricane Ida
- New York & New Jersey Face Flash Flood Emergency After Hurricane Ida
- The Surprising Places PFAS Are Being Found
- Cold Open: 0:00
- Host Intro: 0:53
- Lebanon fuel crisis is causing a drinking water crisis: 1:38
- Host discussion on Lebanon drinking water crisis: 2:39
- Hurricane Ida wreaks havoc on eastern U.S.: 5:19
- Host discussion on Hurricane Ida: 7:55
- Introducing Scott Wilson interview: 11:11
- What is/are PFAS?: 11:52
- Where can PFAS be found?: 15:13
- Putting PFAS’ creation in context: 17:15
- The lack of analytical tools at the time of PFAS’ creation: 18:16
- How does PFAS impact groundwater professionals compared to surface water?: 19:10
- How is PFAS contamination a One Water issue?: 28:25
- Interview ends: 31:44
- Housekeeping: 32:07
- End: 34:26
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