WEF President Ed McCormick Discusses Energy Neutrality

September 9, 2015

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Ed McCormick, Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) president, participated in a roundtable discussion about achieving energy neutrality of with other wastewater and energy experts. The discussion was the third in a series produced by GE (Fairfield, Conn.) Water & Process Technologies for its Energy From Wastewater series.

Other panelists included

  • Art Umble, wastewater practice leader for MWH Global (Broomfield, Colo.),
  • Paul Kohl, energy program manager for the Philadelphia Water Department, and
  • Bill Bonkoski, executive sales, GE Water & Process Technologies.

Christopher Chambers from Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.) moderated the discussion.

In the 3-minute video, the participants discussed barriers to energy neutrality and what will open the door to setting a goal toward and, ultimately, achieving energy neutrality in wastewater treatment.

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