Knowledge sharing in the water industry

February 15, 2018 Lisa Barrott

Dr. Lisa Barrott talks about the importance of sharing knowledge to address challenges in the water industry 

 

This article, first published by The Environment Magazine, describes how knowledge sharing is key to facing these challenges and presents several case studies of knowledge sharing that have allowed water companies to advance their understanding and benefit from exchanging experiences and expertise. It also explains what the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management's Water Supply and Quality panel is doing to help.

About the Author

Lisa Barrott

Dr. Lisa Barrett is a Senior Technical Specialist at Stantec UK, and Chair of the CIWEM Water Supply and Quality Panel. Dr. Barrott is a process scientist with experience of a wide range of water treatment processes from research work for the water industry and the consultancy sector.

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