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Episode #23 — 23 March 2021 World Water Day

with John Berryman

In honor of World Water Day (March 22), this episode is dedicated to raising awareness of the value of water.  We took this opportunity to have a conversation to call your attention to water, what it means to you, how society can better protect this vital resource, and how Bluefield Research falls into that landscape.

John Berryman interviews Bluefield President, Reese Tisdale, about the journey of Bluefield Research, why water, how has the water sector changed since 2013, does Bluefield have a responsibility to educate on big picture water issues impacting society, and more.

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Reese Tisdale
President
Bluefield Research

 

John Berryman
Sales Director
Bluefield Research

 


The Future of Water podcast series is where Bluefield water experts talk about all the ways in which companies, utilities, and people are addressing the challenges and opportunities in water.

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