Podcast hosts explore water advocacy issues through recent news, including the Navigable Waters Protection Rule, a recent PFAS filter report and more
In this month’s episode of Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, hosts WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello, WWD Senior Managing Editor Bob Crossen and SWS Managing Editor Katie Johns explore water advocacy issues through recent water industry news. The hosts start the episode with an interesting infrastructure discovery of a 7,300-year-old Neolithic water well in the Czech Republic. They then touch on the new Navigable Waters Protection Rule which will replace the Waters of the U.S. rule. Finally, the hosts discuss the impacts of a new study investigating the effectiveness of water treatment filters for PFAS removal.
- WQP reports: Well, Well, Well… Archaeologists Uncover 7,000-Year-Old Water Well
- WQP reports: U.S. EPA Releases the Navigable Waters Protection Rule
- CNN reports: EPA Weakens Protections for Streams and Wetlands
- WQP reports: New Report Explores Effectiveness of Water Filters to Remove PFAS
- Duke University reports: Not All In-Home Drinking Water Filters Completely Remove Toxic PFAS
- Registration is open for SWS Webinar Fest
- WWD is now accepting nominations for its Young Pros program
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