We begin by chatting with Jeff Moeller, Director of Water Technologies at the Water Environment & Research Foundation, who tells us how the water quality industry is moving innovation into practice.
Next, we talk with three innovators. Pioneering ecological designer/engineer John Todd describes the origins and evolution of Eco-Machines,™ systems in which life, rather than inert objects, does the “heavy lifting” of water purification.
Engineer Michael Ogden’s expertise on constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment and reuse has been sought by communities throughout the world. Here, he shares some with us.
UC Davis researcher Harold Leverenz gained attention this summer when he developed a process to convert urine to fertilizer, and formed a unique partners