Words On Water features conversations with people who work on water issues and discussions about the opportunities and challenges facing one of Earth’s most precious resources. Topics include infrastructure, innovation and technology, workforce, resource recovery, management, research, and public awareness. Words On Water is produced by the Water Environment Federation, a nonprofit education and technical organization with a membership of 34,000 water professionals.
Words On Water #223: Jose Velazquez on the new Manual of Practice￼
July 26, 2022 Jose Velazquez is a Senior Wastewater Consultant with AE2S and Chair of the Task Force that developed … More
Words On Water #222: Chris Rich on the U.S.-ASEAN Utility Exchange
July 7, 2022 Chris Rich is the Executive Director of the U.S. Water Partnership. In this episode, Chris discusses the … More
Words On Water #221: The Future Of Water In 2051
Predicting 30 years into the future requires big, bold thinkers with strong voices, gathering with like-minded peers who might have … More
Words On Water #220: Jane Madden on Managing PFAS at Water Facilities and in Biosolids
May 25, 2022 Jane Madden is a Senior Vice President and Global Practice Leader for Water Reclamation at CDM Smith. … More
Words On Water #219: Autosamplers Available For Wastewater Surveillance
May 16, 2022 Anna Mehrotra is the Director of the Wastewater Surveillance Program for the Water Environment Federation (WEF). In … More
Words On Water #218: Andy Kricun on Best Practices in Workforce Development
May 9, 2022 Andy Kricun is Managing Director at Moonshot Missions and a Senior Fellow at the U.S. Water Alliance. … More
Good and improving; needs decent intro music
Many episodes are engrossing and informative; some of the early ones were quite dull (these often provided more a personality profile of the guest than any useful info or novel perspective on the sector). But most of the recent episodes have been really informative and interesting. The intro music is a robotic voice saying “words on water” followed by what sounds like a midi file; it really needs to be replaced with any decent instrumental music.
The host of the Words on Water podcast highlights all aspects of water infrastructure, technology and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
I would like suggest an episode on Human Rights concerning water