It is estimated that by 2040 most of the world won’t have enough water to meet demand year-round. In this episode, we highlight the evolution of water and waste water treatment; Rory Harnisch, a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of California shares his expertise on today’s water treatment processes and components; architect Kurt Neiswender of Urban Colab Architecture shares his experience living in Flint, Michigan during its water crisis; and we share potential solutions to address water scarcity.

Show Music:
Intro – “Keep Calm and Chill” by Soundroll
Main – “Wandering Soul,” by Gabriel Lewis, “Vad Rost, Vad Ljuvlig Rost Jag Hor,” by Kurt Lyndon, “Prescient,” by Howard Harper-Barnes, and “Ambiance,” by Johannes Bornlof
Outro – “What,” by Aldous Young
Photo by Sourav Mishra from Pexels

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