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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has selected the Water Environment Federation to develop, manage, and provide training for a nationwide network of water utilities, public health agencies, and laboratories participating in wastewater-based disease surveillance.
In this episode of WEF’s Words On Water podcast, Chris Hunniford and Mark Perkins discuss a variety of trends in odors including challenges with getting new facilities permitted, the patchwork of regulations across the country, and the continued rise of data, sensors, and other technology. They also talk about the agenda and highlights at WEF’s upcoming Odors and Air Pollutants Conference.
🎧LISTEN to Kevin Marsh of Middlesex County Utilities Authority talk about their overall approach to cybersecurity, challenges from the size & diversity of a large utility, & approaching OT vs IT in this podcast episode brought to you by @Bayshorenet
On Wednesday, March 24, the U.S. Senate Environment & Public Works Committee passed a bi-partisan package of wastewater, stormwater, drinking water, and water reuse infrastructure funding program.
🎧 LISTEN to Joakim Harlin and Kilian Christ talk about the work of @UN_Water, why @WEForg is an official partner, and progress toward #SDG6 in this special #podcast episode for #WorldWaterDay.
🎧LISTEN to Mark Doneux of @CapitolRegionWD discuss opening an office facility with a rainwater reuse system, a new outreach program that engages the public in green infrastructure, and a grant program to subsidize decentralized #stormwater infrastructure.