Are we drowning or parched?
It seems we have been talking about a ‘water crisis’ as long as most of us have been in the water business!? THIS is the year to address how decentralized options are the solution.
During Earth Month 2022, WasteWater Education 501(c)3 will be showcasing those solutions.
A review of pilot systems designed to integrate settling techniques, and horizontal subsurface flow in constructed wetlands for the treatment of wastewater.
Alexandros I. Stefanakis, M.Sc., Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Laboratory of Environmental Engineering & Management, School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Technical University of Crete,
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Alexandros I. Stefanakis, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Time: Apr 11, 2022 11:00 AM PT, 2PM ET
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This marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day – and who could have imagined what kind of world we are experiencing now?
In April we have partnered with some amazing people and organizations who have given generously of their time and expertise to provide the following events at no cost to attendees. Bookmark our page as we are adding new events all the time. Our live attendance space is limited to 195 but we will be posting recordings here and in our WasteWater Education YouTube Channel
Tuesday April 14 at 2 PM ET – Register HERE
Catherine Flowers, a past WasteWater Education Board member, is a Franklin Center for the Humanities Practitioner in Residence.Based in Montgomery, Alabama, she is a fierce advocate for the under served and largely ignored working poor.
In this lecture, as part of our Earth Month series of public outreach events, Catherine will reflect on the disparity of progress made in the past 50 years of the environmental movement – a disparity still in evidence today.
Catherine is also an internationally recognized advocate for the human right to water and sanitation as expressed in the UN Sustainable Development Agenda.
In 2019 she testified before the US House Committee.
She is a Professor of Practice at Duke University.
Image courtesy of Pixabay la Fundación Hugo Zárate
Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your drainfield grow?
What does climate fluctuations, water conservation, floods, invasive plants, native species, onsite wastewater treatment fields, outdoor irrigation, leaky outdoor and indoor plumbing, high energy bills … (pause for breath!) have to do with that well know nursery rhyme?
Check our GardenForWater.com to find out…….
Water is the lifeblood of civilization. Water is water, not waste.
Protect this precious resource.
Sam Lines, MBA. WasteWater Education Board of Directors.
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Dendra Best. Executive Director WasteWater Education 501(c)3
I am taking an online course from the University of Bath about sustainability and the question was posed, what motivates someone to be environmentally aware/responsible?
Earth Day’s Remembered – … More
My first recognition about the impact of pollution on the environment hit me when I was a first Grade student living in rural Arkansas.
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