Talking Under Water hosts Lauren Baltas, Amy McIntosh and Bob Crossen discuss the proposed Waters of the U.S. ruling and more
In this last episode of 2018, hosts Lauren Baltas, Amy McIntosh and Bob Crossen talk about the proposed Waters of the U.S. ruling and what it could mean for waterways across the country. They also recap their recent trip to Los Angeles where they visited the Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant, Blue-White Ind., the Bolivar Park storm water project and Puroserve Water Conditioning. Finally, the interview this month is with John Foley, vice president of Puroserve Water Conditioning, who discusses how the wildfires in California are affecting water quality, his customers and his business.
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