Podcast hosts discuss lead contamination in New Jersey and wildfire impacts on drinking water
In this first episode of 2019, hosts Amy McIntosh, Bob Crossen and Lauren Baltas discuss the newly signed Water Infrastructure Improvement Act and give an update on the Newark, N.J., lead contamination. Then the hosts interview Kenan Ozekin, Fernando L. Rosario-Ortiz, and Amanda Kay Hohner, members of the research team that collaborated on the Water Research Foundation's report "Wildfire Impacts on Drinking Water Treatment Process Performance: Development of Evaluation Protocols and Management Practices."
- President Signs Water Infrastructure Improvement Act
- Water Coalition Urges Congress to Fund Water Infrastructure
- Lead Levels in Newark, N.J., Drinking Water Hit Record High
- Suits Filed Against Newark, N.J., for Lead Contamination in Drinking Water
- Private Water Utility Finds Lead in North New Jersey Drinking Water
- WRF Explores Wildfire Impacts on Drinking Water
#ICYMI - A new report had three tasks: evaluate the effects of #wildfires on a particular treatment operation; simulate post-fire runoff using conventional processes; and evaluate the best treatment practices to deal with wildfire-impacted source #water - https://t.co/jtebxzT7pd pic.twitter.com/HfKXzWoaP1
— The Water Research Foundation (@WaterResearch) November 29, 2018
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