Our guest is WQA member Kelly Thompson, president of Moti-Vitality, talking about the impact of COVID-19 on the water treatment industry.
Kelly shares his thoughts about the changes in business, customer service, training and how he’s adapted his business model, all in response to the Coronavirus. Later, we’ll get a regulatory update from Kathleen Burbidge and our WQA tip.
We want to make sure you are planning to join us for the 2020 WQA Mid-Year Leadership Conference. It’s coming up September 16 & 17 with a Welcome Reception on September 15th.
Learn more and register at wqa.org/mylc.
Our guest is Dr. Emily Kumpel with the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She discusses the new WQRF Sustainability Comparison study, which compares Point-of-Use and Point-of-Entry water treatment with other treatment options in small community water systems across the United States.
We talk with Dr. Kumpel about the WQRF study, which contaminants she will track when it comes to the effectiveness of POU and POE, and what the long term benefits will be.
And later, we’ll get a regulatory update from Kathleen Burbidge. Plus, we’ll have our WQA tip.
This week’s podcast takes a look at the impact of COVID-19 on the water treatment industry in Florida.
Members Amanda Moore (of the WQA Board of Governors) and Kenny Gibson provide their unique perspectives for how the coronavirus has affected business, how they continue to manage through the crisis, and what the new normal will look like.
Plus they'll talk about why they're looking forward to the WQA Mid-Year Leadership Conference Sept. 16-17, happening online. Learn more at wqa.org/mylc.
In this episode, we feature a segment of a WQA Essentials Webinar designed to help you understand and reach out to your newspaper, TV and radio stations so that you can become a valued news resource and promote your business.
WQA's Wes Bleed and Susan Keaton offer helpful tips. Later, we’ll get a regulatory update from Kathleen Burbidge. Plus, we'll have our WQA tip.
Watch or listen to the entire webinar at wqa.org/webinars.
Our featured guests are Julie Stange and Justin Kutney from Pentair, a WQA member and WQA Convention Diamond sponsor.
They'll discuss what the company has been learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, and also their product lines and what’s new at the company. Later, we’ll get a regulatory update from Kathleen Burbidge and our WQA tip.
Our guest is Dr. Jill Williamson of NASA talking about filtering water on the International Space Station high above the Earth.
Dr. Williamson explains how all of the water is captured and filtered and re-used by the astronauts aboard the international space station.
Later, we’ll come back to Earth for a regulatory update from Kathleen Burbidge. And, we'll have our WQA tip.
In this episode, we feature WQA's Business Development Manager Kyle Whalen and WQA's country manager in India Vaneet Gupta.
Kyle shares his insights into the manufacturing and global outlook for water treatment products. Vaneet talks about what he sees for water treatment in India.
Plus, we'll have our WQA tip.
In this episode of WQA Radio, we feature a portion of our recent webinar, “Economy, Markets and Opportunities in a Dynamic World."
Brian Roche from Merrill Lynch, who provides investment advice to WQA, and John Rosellini from PGIM Investments discussed the Coronavirus and its impact on the current market.
You can see the full webinar at https://WQA.org/webinars. Reach out to Brian with any questions at Brian.R.Roche@ml.com.
In this episode we feature Dave Ross, the Assistant Administrator for the Office of Water at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, speaking at the WQA DC Fly-in in March.
Dave has more than 20 years of experience working on water issues in both state government and the private sector. He talks about the Water Reuse Action Plan, PFAS and the Lead and Copper Rule.
Get involved in next year's DC Fly-in; go to wqa.org/flyin.
This podcast features remarks from Peter Cartwright and Richard Mest, speaking about their awards at the April 2020 annual meeting of the Water Quality Association. Cartwright was honored with the WQA Hall of Fame Award and Mest received the Lifetime Member award.
Peter provides design engineering services in all areas of water and wastewater treatment through his firm Cartwright Consulting. Richard is President of Master Water Conditioning Corporation, a manufacturer of water treatment products, services and technical support for residential, commercial and industrial applications.