Our guest is Gary Hatch, of Hatch Global Consulting Services and the Chair of the Research Task Force for the Contaminant Occurrence Map project for the Water Quality Research Foundation.
Gary discusses how the task force helped to guide the research for the Contaminant Occurrence map, which you can find at wqrf.org/map. Gary has some great insights into how to use the map and how the map will evolve over time.
Our featured guest is Richard Mest, president of the Water Quality Research foundation. In this episode, Richard talks about COVID-19, his new role at WQRF and the contaminant occurrence map, one of the big highlights at the WQA Mid-Year Leadership Conference.
Our guest is Dr. Emily Kumpel with the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She discusses the new WQRF Sustainability Comparison study, which compares Point of Use and Point of Entry water treatment with centralized treatment in small community water systems across the United States.
Our guest is Doug Anderson with Culligan International, and he discusses the WQRF Research Advisory committee, which he chairs.
In this episode, Doug explains the process of looking for new and innovative research projects for the Water Quality Research Foundation. And, he says they’re looking for new companies to get involved.