Oct 05, 2020

Atmospheric Water, Part 2: From Wild West to New Frontier

Atmospheric Water, Part 2: From Wild West to New Frontier will take place at 2 p.m. ET/1 p.m. CT on Tuesday, Oct. 20.

Global Water Works Webinar 2
The second webinar in this three-part series will premiere on Oct. 20.

Join your peers in a unique educational event, presented by the SGC Water Group, comprised of Storm Water Solutions (SWS), Water & Wastes Digest (WWD), Industrial Water & Wastes Digest (iWWD), and Water Quality Products (WQP), in partnership with Global Water Works.

About the Webinar:

Up until just recently, atmospheric water solutions were primarily available in the tropics, where relative humidity levels are high and water can be condensed in much the same way it is captured through a dehumidifier or air-conditioner. Atmoswater Research founder and Principal, Roland Wahlgren, will trace the history of water-from-air from 1900 to the present.

The 2020 Water Quality Products Industry Icon, Frank Brigano, will look at implications on water quality due to the unique sourcing model (separate from existing pipes/ infrastructure), and Tom Palkon, Executive Director of ASSE International, will explain the role standards will soon have in demystifying water quality, energy efficiency and value of AWG systems.

Register for the Oct. 20 webinar by clicking here

 

Don’t miss out on the final session in this series:

Tuesday, November 17 at 2 pm ET/ 1 pm CT

 

About Global Water Works:

GlobalWaterWorks is an online community dedicated to advancing the adoption of smart and efficient technologies to help water work for the planet, people and prosperity. Our Mission is to connect business with proven solutions to maximize preservation of water resources and minimize water-related risks of business disruption. Our Vision is to see business and industry take a leadership role in alleviating the global water crisis. Through its integrated digital platform and educational programs, GlobalWaterWorks illuminates the experts, organizations and technologies working to address today’s water challenges. All are invited to join the FREE GlobalWaterWorks online community. Members may also subscribe to focused discussion forums, spanning Atmospheric Water, Digital Transformation, Corporate Sustainability, Women in Water and Next Generation opportunities. GlobalWaterWorks.... Connecting drops of interest for waves of impact!

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