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This is a podcast committed to bringing you the latest information in the ever-evolving stormwater industry. Host Brian Wagner explores the many facets of stormwater management and how they impact you daily. Whether you’re compelled to become a thought leader and a key expert in your career or simply trying to gain a better understanding of what stormwater is, you are in the right place.
 
SimplyDeliciousLiving.TV is dedicated to all things home, hearth and joyous living. On the show, website, blog and podcasts, Host Maryann Ridini Spencer, demonstrates and offers easy-to-follow "simply delicious," time-saving, healthy recipes, ideas for creating fabulous, memorable entertaining experiences with family and friends, tips on how to make your home environment a special haven and creative "inspirations" for exceptional living.
 
SGV Connect is Streetsblog Los Angeles' podcast that explores the people, places, projects and events that make up the changing face of transportation in the San Gabriel Valley. SGV Connect is hosted by Damien Newton and Kris Fortin. This feed also hosts SGV Connect's predecessor podcast, #DamienTalks.
 
The city of Kintargo has long been a shelter for artists, free-thinkers, and those marginalized by the oppressive Chelaxian government ― but now the city has been placed under martial law by inquisitor Barzilali Thrune. When a protest turns into a riot, a new group of heroes comes together to form an organized resistance to the devil-binding government and the Church of Asmodeus. But can they survive long enough to establish allies…or will they become the latest victims of the Thrice-Damned ...
 
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How federal and local policies look to address aging infrastructure from stormwater pipes to bridges. Pittsburgh wants a more equitable water system. Plus, state health officials visit Shell's ethane cracker in Beaver County because of an uptick in Covid-19 cases there.
 
March 17, 2021 Mark Doneux is Administrator of the Capitol Region Watershed District in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The Capitol Region Watershed District was the overall winner of WEF’s Phase II MS4 Award in 2020 in part for its portfolio of projects that include opening an office facility that features a rainwater reuse system, a new outreach program t…
 
Something’s in the water… Our rebels dive beneath the Long Roads Coffeehouse to secure a base from which to launch their rebellion. They are not alone… Support us on Patreon to access our actual play of the Tyrant’s Grasp Adventure Path and other content: https://www.patreon.com/FindthePath Cast Rick Sandidge is Gamemaster and Host Heather Allen pl…
 
On this week's SGV Connect, Kris interviews Dan Lafferty, Deputy Director and Paul Alva, Assistant Deputy Director at the L.A. County Department of Public Works about the Bassett High School Stormwater Capture Project. Currently, DPW is reaching out to the community about the project and is encouraging residents and other stakeholders to complete a…
 
Heroes are not born, they are made… Our rebels, now with a safehouse secured, settle in to decide the future course of their rebellion. Support us on Patreon to access our actual play of the Tyrant’s Grasp Adventure Path and other content: https://www.patreon.com/FindthePath Cast Rick Sandidge is Gamemaster and Host Heather Allen plays Cesare Night…
 
Click to listen to episode (4:26) Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments Images Sources Related Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.) Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 4-12-21. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic…
 
Why fracking is a tricky issue for Senate candidate John Fetterman. An environmental justice leader says vacant land in communities of color is "an environmental emergency." A citizen science project for the whole family can help save frogs. Plus, syrup for your pancakes doesn't only have to come from maple trees.…
 
Click to listen to episode (3:47) Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments Images Sources Related Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.) Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 4-2-21. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic …
 
April 5, 2021 Chris Hunniford is Chief Operating Officer of V&A Consulting Engineers and Mark Perkins is President and Owner of Perkins Engineering Consultants. In this episode Chris and Mark discuss a variety of trends in odors including challenges with getting new facilities permitted, the patchwork of regulations across the country, and the cont…
 
In our Rumor Mill series we get together after every three episodes to discuss what’s happened, our thoughts on gaming, and whatever else pops into our minds! In this Rumor Mill we talk about character inspirations, PFS backstories, and representation in gaming! Please send all emails to mail@findthepathpodcast.com In game music provided by Syrinsc…
 
Click to listen to episode (3:49) Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments Images Extra Information Sources Related Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.) Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 3-26-21. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland G…
 
The doom that came to Kintargo! Our rebels face a strange foe beneath the Long Roads Coffeehouse, but will perhaps also find surprising allies in their new secret base… Support us on Patreon to access our actual play of the Tyrant’s Grasp Adventure Path and other content: https://www.patreon.com/FindthePath Cast Rick Sandidge is Gamemaster and Host…
 
Bald eagles are bringing joy to Philadelphians, while one artist shows off her love of the Delaware. Climate change is causing many plants to leaf out or bud early. This mismatch could wreak havoc on the ecosystem. Why a new air permit at the Clairton Coke Works could increase pollution emissions.By The Allegheny Front
 
March 25, 2021 Kevin Davis is the Chief Technology Officer at Middlesex County Utilities Authority in New Jersey. In this episode Kevin discusses his reaction to the recent hack at a Florida utility. He talks about his utility’s overall approach to cybersecurity, the challenges from the size and diversity of a large utility, and approaching cyberse…
 
March 22, 2021 Joakim Harlin is a former UN-Water Vice Chair and currently the Chief of UNEP’s Freshwater Unit, and Kilian Christ is Associate Programme Management Officer in UNEP’s Freshwater Ecosystems Unit. In this episode released on World Water Day, Joakim and Kilian discuss the work of UN Water, the role of partners, and why WEF is now a memb…
 
March 15, 2021 Joanne Carpenter is Director of Research and Development for CHEMetrics and Kati Bell is Director of Water Strategy for Brown and Caldwell. In this episode they discuss the increased viability of peracetic acid for disinfection at water resource recovery facilities and its position as an alternative to chlorine and UV. Joanne and Kat…
 
Sales of special license plates help fund research for rare species. Conservationists plant a red spruce forest for northern flying squirrels, ready in 50 years. Settlements with energy companies will pay some landowners and protect a nature preserve. And one man's love of wetlands.By The Allegheny Front
 
March 10, 2021 Diane Grossenheider is Project Manager with Black & Veatch and Jen Welsch is Principal Engineer with the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District. In this episode Diane and Jen discuss the rapid expansion of tools for using data to proactively manage collection systems, including smart sewers, real-time controls, and GIS software. They …
 
March 8, 2021 Rebecca West is President of RFW Consulting Services and a Past-President of the Water Environment Federation. In this episode Rebecca shares her perspectives on leadership, dealing with adversity, and adapting. She draws from her experiences in the water sector, volunteering overseas, serving on the WEF Board during the 2008 economic…
 
An investigation finds fracking chemicals in the bodies of people living near gas wells in SW Pa. Fossil fuel reps say gas and coal are part of the climate solution. Some Pa. Democratic lawmakers agree. For our First Person series, we talk with a young forester about how she came to love the outdoors. News about plastic bag bans, a tax on gas, and …
 
Conspiring by candlelight! Our rebels make their way to the Long Roads Coffeehouse to find their friend Rexus and figure out a new direction for the rebellion! Support us on Patreon to access our actual play of the Tyrant’s Grasp Adventure Path and other content: https://www.patreon.com/FindthePath Cast Rick Sandidge is Gamemaster and Host Heather …
 
March 1, 2021 Jackie O’Brien is the Chief Executive Officer of Engineers Without Borders (EWB), a nonprofit recognized as a Charity of Choice by the Water Environment Federation. In this episode Jackie explains how EWB and its 10,000 volunteers work in communities around the world to help provide basic human services including water. She talks abou…
 
Fracking is banned in the Delaware River watershed. Farmers can help reduce carbon in the atmosphere. But what's in it for them? A contentious budget hearing for the Pennsylvania DEP brings up RGGI and falsehoods. The plot to get Americans to cook with gas. We head out for some winter fun.By The Allegheny Front
 
February 23, 2021 Camille Sanders is Membership Director for the Water Environment Federation. In this episode Camille discusses WEF’s revamped Career Center that offers robust opportunities and tools for both job seekers and employers in the water sector. Job seekers can search for available opportunities by job type, industry, and state, receive …
 
Redlining has led to fewer green spaces in many communities across the country. We kick off a new series talking with Black leaders in environmental organizations with Grow Pittsburgh's new executive director. People in counties with drilling activity haven't seen the economic benefits of the industry. Citizen science projects you can do from your …
 
Welcome to this week's SGV Connect. It's a long podcast, so let's get right into it! The Los Angeles County Flood Control District is currently working on a plan to open up more than 138 miles of SGV waterways to bicyclists and pedestrians. With the plan expected to be completed by Fall 2021, and the environmental review process being completed by …
 
In our Rumor Mill series we get together after every three episodes to discuss what’s happened, our thoughts on gaming, and whatever else pops into our minds! In this Rumor Mill we talk about our favorite plot hooks for Adventure Paths and cast our Rebels! Please send all emails to mail@findthepathpodcast.com In game music provided by Syrinscape! C…
 
The wings of freedom! Our rebels must fight the devils haunting the ruins of the Silver Raven’s abandoned safehouse! Support us on Patreon to access our actual play of the Tyrant’s Grasp Adventure Path and other content: https://www.patreon.com/FindthePath Cast Rick Sandidge is Gamemaster and Host Heather Allen plays Cesare Nightbloom (N male elf W…
 
February 16, 2021 Maile Lono-Batura is the new Director of Sustainable Biosolids Programs for the Water Environment Federation. In this episode Maile talks about her background and experiences serving as Executive Director of Northwest Biosolids for 22 years. She discusses her new responsibilities and focus in leading biosolids programs for WEF, in…
 
Do you ever consciously consider the language you are speaking? Have you ever explained something to someone and had them look at you like they were lost, just nodding their head? Then this might be the episode you have been waiting for. I discuss my approach and my success of speaking a language that others understand - so much so that other engin…
 
Some in Ohio say frack waste injection wells are being permitted in places where they don’t belong. Activists want a permit revoked for an injection well near Pittsburgh. A local practitioner shows us his version of ski ballet. There may be snow on the ground, but we're planning for that summer garden now.…
 
This is the first of what will be many - Product Review. I discuss my experience through the design, preconstruction, and construction process of implementing and using the StormTrap system. Overall, I had a very positive experience though there was a moment where we almost abandoned the product for another. Overall I give this product a positive r…
 
What you need to know about Allegheny County meeting federal air standards for the first time ever. Meanwhile, Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf's budget address doesn't mention climate, a gas well spews wastewater in Ohio, and New River Gorge rock climbers reckon with racist route names.By The Allegheny Front
 
Zoubir Ait Mansour, Asset Knowledge & Performance Consulting Engineer at SUEZ speaks with Ellen Fanning about a practical approach to balancing risk and cost and Unitywater's sewage treatment plants assessment. They talk about how Unitywater is strongly focused on optimising value to their customers by achieving acceptable compliance risk at lowest…
 
Ryan Brotchie, GHD’s Service Line Leader for Integrated Water Management and Karey Wills, Sewerage Networks Operations Engineer at Icon Water speak with Ellen Fanning about Canberra's 50 year sewerage strategy. In developing the long-term strategy for the ACT’s sewerage system, Icon Water identified that they are operating in an environment of chan…
 
It’s a dirty job… Our rebels explore the old basement below the Fair Fortune Livery and find the evil fey that haunt the place. CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains numerous references and some descriptions of vomiting. This starts at 10:00 and ends at the end of the combat at 48:15, though there are some references to the fight and there is some…
 
Elizabeth Christian, Asset Performance Manager at Lendlease and Daniel Watson, Manager Partnerships and Asset Systems at Coliban Water speak with Ellen Fanning about Lendlease's and Coliban Water's journey to continuously challenge and optimise Coliban Water’s preventative maintenance (PM) program. They discuss the development of a bespoke ‘Mainten…
 
We take a dive into action items for The Power of Experience. I review how applying your past experience to your career and life in general leads to further influence, leadership, and overall success. I discuss action items that include responsibility, performance, and volunteering. We also review how the City of Houston nearly quadrupled their det…
 
Kristina Campbell, Associate Director at KPMG speaks to Ellen Fanning about capital investment approaches and tools. They discuss the findings of a review into current Australian capital investment decision making approaches and considerations for Australian utilities to implement better practices. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
 
Christopher Raynor, Process Engineer; Pramod Janardhanan, Service Planning Senior Analyst and Ronica Koey, Senior Communications and Engagement Officer all at Sydney Water speaks to Jo Taranto about the ‘Poo Switcheroo’, a retrofittable valve to improve sanitation in India they secured them them 2018 WaterAid Winnovators challenge. See omnystudio.c…
 
Joel Spry, Demand Management Coordinator of Minor Centres and Schools for Northern Territory Power and Water Corporation speaks to Jo Taranto about creating a generational change in regional attitudes. They discuss some of the challenges Katherine has faced in delivering safe drinking water in it's worst wet season on record. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
Dr Michael Di Matteo, Senior Environmental Engineer at Water Technology speaks to Jo about smart stormwater storage systems. Michael was involved in a research project that used machine learning optimisation methods to evaluate the potential benefits and costs of a range of urban stormwater storage retrofit options. This was done for an urban catch…
 
January 26, 2020 Matt Bond is Past-President of the Water Environment Federation and Deputy Director for Engineering at KC Water. In this episode Matt discusses the challenges and opportunities during the coronavirus pandemic, including keeping capital improvement projects on track, navigating the financial crunch to utility revenue and affordabili…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has undeniably upended nearly every aspect of day-to-day life and work. Few may be more aware of its wide-ranging effects than Professor Morris Kleiner, whose decades of expertise on economic and labor policy have allowed him a unique vantage point into the situation. As the pandemic has progressed, Prof. Kleiner's research…
 
Richard Greenwood, Principal Consulting Engineer with Jacobs New Zealand speaks with Jo Taranto about how a dairy plant can be water and carbon neutral. He explains how New Zealand's dairy industry is moving towards plant production with a fully integrated approach to the recovery of water, nutrients, energy and waste streams. See omnystudio.com/li…
 
We discuss regulations and guidance from the US Federal government changing with the inauguration and installation of a new administration. Changes are coming in the way they approach climate change and science in general. We also take a dive into The Power of Experience and how you can leverage your inner game of mindset and approach to benefit bo…
 
Mark Vaughan, Alliance Manager at Logan Water Infrastructure Alliance speaks to Jo Taranto about one of Australia's most sustainable wastewater treatment plants, the Cedar Grove Environmental Centre. It will be the QLD’s first wastewater treatment plant to benefit the environment by reducing nutrients in treated water to record low levels, polishin…
 
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