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The Water Values Podcast

The Water Values Podcast series is presented in collaboration with Bluefield Research. This podcast series explores water issues from a variety of perspectives with the goal of uncovering the true value of water. Each episode will delve into one aspect of water, such as water utilities, water treatment, water resources, water reuse, and more.

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Ensuring One Water Delivers for Healthy Waterways with Jennifer Walker with Jennifer Walker Episode #186 — 16 February 2021

Jennifer Walker, the Deputy Director for the National Wildlife Federation’s Texas Coast and Water Program, provides a terrific discussion about urban water planning through a One Water lens and focuses on the connection between One Water and health... »

A Distributed Water Solution with SOURCE’s Clara Nagy McBane with Clara Nagy McBane Episode #185 — 02 February 2021

Clara Nagy McBane provides a top shelf interview discussing SOURCE’s distributed water solution. Clara does a terrific job describing SOURCE’s technology in an accessible way for the non-technical among us. Plus, Reese Tisdale provides an update ... »

LatAm Water Markets and Brazilian Water Opportunities with Shimon Constante with Shimon Constante Episode #184 — 19 January 2021

LatAm water veteran Shimon Constante provides great insights into the LatAm water markets, their history, and how they developed. Shimon also focuses on and explains the recent Brazilian water legislation and the opportunities it presents for investo... »

Water Use in Vertical Farming with Sam Schatz with Sam Schatz Episode #183 — 05 January 2021

Sam Schatz of AeroFarms pulls back the curtain on water use in vertical farming. Sam discusses water quality issues, filtration, conservation, and crop water intensity, among other issues. Sam also delves into other considerations in vertical farming... »

The Year in Water 2020 with Cathy Bailey, Al Cho, and Debra Coy with Cathy Bailey, Al Cho, and Debra Coy Episode #182 — 15 December 2020

An all-star panel of water experts discusses what happened with water in 2020 and provides a glimpse into what they expect 2021 will look like. Cathy Bailey, Executive Director of the Greater Cincinnati Department of Waterworks, Al Cho, Vice Presiden... »

Why Coaching Makes Sense for Water Leaders with Alan Heymann with Alan Heymann Episode #181 — 01 December 2020

Alan Heymann returns as a guest in a different role. Alan launched Peaceful Direction where he provides executive coaching services. During this interview, Alan makes the case that coaching can benefit water leaders, especially with all the uncertain... »

The Birth of Western Water Market with Founder Kristina Ribellia with Kristina Ribellia Episode #180 — 17 November 2020

Kristina Ribellia is a water entrepreneur who identified a need and created the solution. Take a listen to her interview explaining how she came to the water sector, recognized a need, and built the solution. In this session, you’ll learn about:... »

Data Enhanced Wastewater Treatment with Kando CEO Ari Goldfarb with Ari Goldfarb Episode #179 — 03 November 2020

Ari Goldfarb, the CEO of Kando, discusses the use of data in wastewater treatment. By harvesting data on wastewater quality, wastewater treatment systems can be operated and managed more efficiently. In this session, you’ll learn about:  T... »

“Excelerating” Innovation with Kim Baker with Kim Baker Episode #178 — 20 October 2020

Kim Baker, Director of Innovation, Water, at Elemental Excelerator, pulls back the curtain on fostering innovation in the water and other climate verticals at Elemental Excelerator. Kim nimbly moves from topic to topic and illustrates how water innov... »

All About PFAS with AWWA’s Chris Moody with Chris Moody Episode #177 — 06 October 2020

Chris Moody, a lead on the American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) PFAS team, provides a wide-ranging interview on PFAS. Chris succinctly describes the background on PFAS all the way through its existing regulatory status and what comes next. ... »


Big Week for Water! Three 1 million dollar deals: New Mountain Capital acquires @Aegion ($963M), @autodesk acquires @Innovyze ($1B) and @QUIKRETE acquires @Forterrabp ($2.7B). We discuss the first in new podcast...#WaterDeals pic.twitter.com/yKGluGzSyx

23 Feb 2021 • Future of Water
Digging into the Aegion/New Mountain Megadeal

16 Feb 2021 • The Water Values
Ensuring One Water Delivers for Healthy Waterways with Jennifer Walker

17 Feb 2021 Critical Sector Needs Better Cyber Security

29 Jan 2021 Digital water project activity rebounds 11% in the U.S. and signals bright spot amidst pandemic