19 episodes

Department of Public Works and Environmental Services

Fairfax County's EnviroPod Fairfax County, Virginia

    • Government

Department of Public Works and Environmental Services

    Episode 19 - Stream and Watershed Health with Shannon Curtis

    Episode 19 - Stream and Watershed Health with Shannon Curtis

    Shannon Curtis, Chief, Watershed Assessment Branch, Public Works and Environmental Services, talking about human activity on the land and how that affects stream and watershed health.

    Episode 18 - Trash and Recycling Response to COVID-19 with John Kellas

    Episode 18 - Trash and Recycling Response to COVID-19 with John Kellas

    John Kellas, Deputy Director, Solid Waste Management Program, Public Works, talks about changes in Fairfax County’s trash and recycling methods in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Episode 17 - Prevent Sewer Backup with Stacey Smalls

    Episode 17 - Prevent Sewer Backup with Stacey Smalls

    Stacey Smalls, Division Director, Wastewater Collections, talks about items that should not be flushed down the toilet.

    Episode 16 - Household Hazardous Waste with Daniel Brooks

    Episode 16 - Household Hazardous Waste with Daniel Brooks

    Daniel Brooks, Public Works and Environmental Services Specialist, Solid Waste Management Division, talks about how to dispose of household hazardous waste (HHW) like paint, lawn and other chemicals and batteries.

    Episode 15 - Stream Restoration with Meghan Fellows

    Episode 15 - Stream Restoration with Meghan Fellows

    Meghan Fellows, Project Manager, Public Works and Environmental Services, talks with Scott Coco about the restoration of environmentally degraded streams that involves modifications to many physical, chemical and biological components of the stream ecosystem.

    Episode 14 - Native Plants with Suzy Foster

    Episode 14 - Native Plants with Suzy Foster

    Suzy Foster, Landscape Architect, Stormwater Planning Division, talks with Scott Coco on EnviroPod episode 14 about choosing and using native plants at home and how the county uses plants when restoring streams and performing other beautification tasks.

Top Podcasts In Government