Stormwater Management Podcasts

  1. Solving Wet Weather—The Impact On Secondary Treatment

    Extreme wet weather events aren’t that common. But that doesn’t mean they should be ignored, says Julian Sandino of CH2M Hill. 

  2. Expert Analysis: Do Our Water Systems Make The Grade?

    Water Online Radio sits down with water expert G. Tracy Mehan, a principal with the Cadmus Group and former Assistant Administrator for Water at the U.S. EPA, to get an overview of the progress and challenges facing the water and wastewater industry.

  3. One Of A Kind UV Disinfection System Treats Stormwater For Park Use (Audio)

    Wayne Lem, Global Market Manager for Municipal Wastewater at TrojanUV, explains the growing trend toward UV disinfection including the advantages for large-scale treatment plants and stormwater treatment.

  4. World’s Largest Wastewater Treatment Plant Takes On Nutrient Recovery

    David St. Pierre, Executive Director of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, discusses the city’s nutrient recovery program and protecting citizens from stormwater events.

  5. San Francisco’s Wastewater Priorities

    Karen Kubick, Wastewater Capital Program Director with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, discusses San Francisco’s wastewater and stormwater needs and how the city’s asset management program is prioritizing green infrastructure, treatment plant upgrades and a new biosolids facility.

  6. Portable Pump Trends: Remote Monitoring And A Rise In Pump Rentals

    Todd Huffman, Regional Manager for Godwin, a Xylem brand, discusses recent trends such as remote monitoring and the migration from buy to rent.

  7. WWETCO Introduces A Stormwater/Wastewater Solution For All Seasons

    John Gottschall, VP and general manager of WWETCO, sat down with Water Online Radio for this live interview from the show floor at WEFTEC 2011 in Los Angeles. Gottschall explains why this is a time of innovation for the water/wastewater industry, and shares with us WWETCO’s latest contributions to that end.