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Andy Kricun is Managing Director at Moonshot Missions and a Senior Fellow at the U.S. Water Alliance. In this episode, Andy discusses a compendium of 21 case studies on how water utilities improved workforces through educational programs and internships, recruitment practices, employee optimization, and transfer of institutional knowledge.
In this episode of Words of Water episode 217, Mark Poling discusses a variety of WEF programs including WISE (Water Intrapreneurs for Successful Enterprises) and the Intelligent Water Systems Challenge.
🎧 In this week's podcast episode of Words on Water Charlie Stevens, Utilities Operations Officer at KC Water, talks about Congress providing infrastructure funding and the need to further continue to speak to legislators about appropriations and policy under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. He also explains the benefits of participating in Water Week in D.C.
WEFTEC 2022 in New Orleans is about six months away. The planning and work to get everything ready is moving ahead.
Learn how the Technical Program and Exhibition are developing and, then, tell us what you are looking forward to at WEFTEC 2022!
Janine Burke-Wells and Ryan Batjiaka survey the effects of PFAS on the future of biosolids management in the Water Environment & Technology feature.
The biosolids management community must remain updated and active on what is happening with PFAS regulations, research, and technologies related to the future of biosolids management.
This Water Environment & Technology feature article looks at new approaches for treatment of biosolids that can address beneficial use, energy, disposal, and regulatory compliance.
A new testing method and labeling guidelines have been approved to enable producers of biosolids-based products to measure and advertise the amount of phosphate in a carbon-based fertilizer that is readily water soluble (and slowly releasing). This measure is referred to as water extractable phosphorous (WEP).