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A blue ribbon panel of water experts discusses what happened with water in 2018 and provides a glimpse into what they expect 2019 will look like. Todd Danielson, Chief Utilities Executive for Avon Lake Regional Water in Ohio, Paula Kehoe, Director of Water Resources for San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, and Reese Tisdale, President of Bluefield Research, collaborate to provide you with their insights into the water industry.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • The role water supply diversity played in 2018
  • How water supply diversity looks different for different regions of the country
  • How collaboration among water utilities promotes water supply diversity
  • Why an aging workforce concerns utility executives
  • The role technology will play in replacing the workforce
  • Why technology is not a panacea for workforce development
  • How population growth affects water utilities
  • What issues to watch out for in 2019

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