The PFAS Rule and Solving the PFAS Challenge with Xylem’s Snehal Desai

Snehal Desai, Xylem’s Senior Vice President and Chief Growth and Innovation Officer, joins us for a phenomenal discussion about PFAS. Snehal addresses the EPA’s recently promulgated PFAS rule and dives into present treatment options, including several PFAS treatment success stories, and where PFAS treatment technology is headed. In this session, you’ll learn about: Resources and… Continue reading The PFAS Rule and Solving the PFAS Challenge with Xylem’s Snehal Desai

The Blue Economy and Regional Partnering in the Great Lakes with Alaina Harkness

Water rock star Alaina Harkness, Executive Director of Current and CEO/Principal Investigator of Great Lakes ReNew, provides a phenomenal look at water’s place in economic development, building regional partnerships, and so much more. Plus, Reese Tisdale discusses hydrogen in this month’s Bluefield on Tap segment. In this session, you’ll learn about: Resources and links mentioned… Continue reading The Blue Economy and Regional Partnering in the Great Lakes with Alaina Harkness

Corporate Water Stewardship and Science Based Targets with WWF’s Allen Townsend

WWF’s Allen Townsend provides an illuminating discussion on Science Based Targets and corporate water stewardship. Allen explains current guidance status, the entities involved, and where science based targets for nature and corporate water stewardship are headed. Plus, Reese Tisdale updates us on IIJA funding status during this month’s Bluefield on Tap segment. In this session,… Continue reading Corporate Water Stewardship and Science Based Targets with WWF’s Allen Townsend

Back to the Future: Ten Years Gone and Strategic Water Foresight with Matthew Klein

Ten years ago, Matthew Klein was the first ever guest of The Water Values Podcast. Matt, now CEO and Chief Futurist at Aqualaurus Group, returns to discuss the discipline of strategic foresight and how it can benefit the water industry. In this session, you’ll learn about: Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this… Continue reading Back to the Future: Ten Years Gone and Strategic Water Foresight with Matthew Klein

Water Service and Inequity in Mobile Home Parks with UCLA’s Greg Pierce

Today’s podcast episode features Greg Pierce, Professor of Urban Planning at UCLA, Research and Co-Executive Director at UCLA’s Luskin Center for Innovation, Director of UCLA’s Water Resource Lab, and Director of UCLA’s Human Right Water Lab. During this conversation, Greg addresses water equity issues affecting mobile home parks, emphasizing the importance for anyone concerned about… Continue reading Water Service and Inequity in Mobile Home Parks with UCLA’s Greg Pierce

Cybersecurity for Water Utilities with Dentons Partner Kyle Miller

Dave’s law partner at Dentons, Kyle Miller, is a cybersecurity and data privacy lawyer who provides a tremendous discussion on a wide range of cybersecurity issues for water utilities. Water utilities (and all critical infrastructure providers) will find Kyle’s in-depth knowledge and experience on cybersecurity and data privacy issues well worth the time investment. In… Continue reading Cybersecurity for Water Utilities with Dentons Partner Kyle Miller

Sustainable Water Supply with Eastern’s General Manager Joe Mouawad

Eastern Municipal Water District (Eastern) General Manager, Joe Mouawad, provides a fantastic discussion of Eastern’s Purified Groundwater Replenishment Program and its attendant benefits, as well as a discussion about water usage and water efficiency in Eastern’s service area. In this session, you’ll learn about: Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include:… Continue reading Sustainable Water Supply with Eastern’s General Manager Joe Mouawad

Key Water Megatrends with Art Umble

Art Umble, Director of the Stantec Institute for Applied Science, Technology & Policy, provides a fascinating discussion identifying the key megatrends impacting water and exploring the issues driving those megatrends. In this session, you’ll learn about: Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include: Thank You! Thanks to each of you for… Continue reading Key Water Megatrends with Art Umble