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The Water Values Podcast

By Dave McGimpsey

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Description

The Water Values Podcast explores water issues from a variety of perspectives to shed light on the true value of water. Each session approaches a different aspect of water, such as water utilities, treatment, resources, reuse and more. The Water Values Podcast places water infrastructure, sustainability, conservation, climate change and other topics in context to more easily understand how water affects our lives and to demonstrate that water is our truly most valuable resource.

Customer Reviews

A Must Listen

For anyone interested in water, science, or the environment this is a must. I work an analytical lab testing all aspects of water in the Denver metro area. Although I only know a small bit of this industry, every week i feel like an expert when i listen to this podcast. It talks about a wide range of issues and principles that are the water industry. I couldn’t ask for anything better to help learn about the industry. Thank you Dave!!!!

Great podcast for the water industry

For someone who likes to stay current in my industry this is a great resource for Utility employees, consultants and vendors.

Mike Thomas
Georgia Association of Water Professionals

Very informative and diverse guests

There are a few good water podcasts out there now, but this is the best from a utility perspective, and from a social science perspective, which is where I am most interested. You can also go back in the archives and most episodes remain relevant despite time of taping.

Greg Pierce
UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation
@gregspierce

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