April 4, 2018

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The water industry is historically slower to adapt to technological innovation due to the innate risks of changing processes that affect public health.  However, solving some of our most pressing water challenges requires investing in, developing, and deploying new technologies and processes that can transform water management. For example, wastewater, whether from industrial or municipal sources, can be converted into valuable resource streams. Sensors and satellites can provide precision data on water quality, water quantity, and infrastructure condition to facilitate decision making. Establishing a more enabling policy and regulatory environment is essential for innovation to flourish in the water industry.  Join us for the final installment of a seven-part series diving into each of the Seven Big Ideas in the One Water for America Policy Framework.


Morgan Brown, Manager, Technical Solutions, Water Environment Federation
Snehal Desai, Executive VP & Chief Growth Officer, Evoqua Water Technologies LLC
Jeff Moeller, Director of Water Technologies, The Water Research Foundation
Dave Stanton, President, Utility Operations and Federal Services, SUEZ