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.
In this episode we feature Greg Reyneke, managing director of Red Fox Advisors in remarks he gave at a recent WQA Commercial-Industrial Section meeting.
Greg talks to colleagues about responding to the COVID-19 crisis, some of the biggest challenges members face right now, and how now is the time to take the time to train. We’ll also have a regulatory update from Kathleen Burbidge, and our WQA tip.
In this episode we feature WQA Executive Director Pauli Undesser in remarks she offered at the WQA Virtual Annual Meeting in April 2020, talking about Vision 2020.
The WQA annual meeting was held online in the wake of the cancellation of the WQA Convention & Exposition. Pauli talks about getting clear about your vision, even in these days of COVID-19.
We’ll also have a regulatory update from Kathleen Burbidge and our WQA tip.
In this episode, we hear from Eric Yeggy, WQA Technical Affairs director, talking about sanitation best practices for water treatment products.
Eric spoke to the WQA Dealer Section in April, as he answered questions and concerns about disinfection procedures in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
We’ll also have a regulatory update from Kathleen Burbidge, and our WQA tip.
In this episode we feature remarks from Doug Ramer, HR Director at Martin Water Conditioning in Myerstown, Pennsylvania.
Doug spoke to the WQA Dealer Section in April about the need to reassure customers and staff during the COVID-19 crisis. He talked about communicating more frequently, and, perhaps differently. And, when it comes to employees, Doug says bad news is better than no news.
And we'll have our WQA Tip.
In this episode, we’ll hear from two WQA members, Data Dale Filhaber with Dataman Group, and Amanda Crangle with Lamplight Digital Media and get their perspectives on how to communicate and market during the coronavirus crisis. Plus, we'll have our WQA tip.
For more information about Dale: www.datamangroup.com/
For more information about Amanda: lamplightdigitalmedia.com/
In this episode, we hear from former House Majority Leader Richard Gephardt, president of the Gephardt Group in Washington, in remarks he gave during the Live Virtual Education at the Water Quality Association.
Leader Gephardt gives an overview of how COVID-19 is affecting policy and politics in Washington, and how difficult it is to predict which bills will get passed and which candidates will likely win in November.
Plus, we'll have our WQA tip.
Mike Baird, president and owner of Aquamor in Temecula, California, talking about the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on his manufacturing business.
Mike talks about his company’s response to the coronavirus, a unique opportunity that developed for his team, and his thoughts as we look ahead to eventually a return to normal.
Plus, we’ll have a regulatory update from Kathleen Burbidge, and our WQA tip.