MWH Partners with GE to Release ‘Energy From Wastewater’ Roundtable Video Series

MWH was honored to team up with GE Water & Process Technologies, the Philadelphia Water Department, and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) recently to discuss wastewater as a renewable resource as part of a new roundtable series, ‘Energy From Wastewater.’

Wastewater is a renewable resource and a new trend in wastewater treatment is emerging: energy neutrality. Using available advanced technologies and emerging innovative processes, wastewater facilities can shift from consuming energy to becoming energy neutral.

The series showcases a select panel of industry experts discussing how cities worldwide are starting to embrace energy from wastewater as a resource. In the first video of the series, an expert panel of industry experts, including Art Umble, Wastewater Practice Leader for MWH in the Americas, focuses on what will enable facilities to minimize energy consumption as a step towards energy neutrality.

The panelists are:

  • Ed McCormick, President of the Board of Trustees for the Water Environment Federation (WEF);
  • Art Umble, Wastewater Practice Leader for MWH Global;
  • Paul Kohl, Energy Program Manager for Philadelphia Water Department;
  • Bill Bonkoski, Executive Sales, GE Water & Process Technologies.

Click below to watch the short video.

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