Beyond Flint: Are other city water supplies in danger?

February 11, 2016 Marshall Davert

In response to the disturbing water situation facing Flint, Michigan, Marshall Davert, talks to American City & County stressing the importance of partnerships.

He states, “municipal leaders and the private sector must collaborate to find cost-effective, sustainable solutions to ensure clean drinking water for residents now and in the future.”

He then goes on to add how citizens should also be involved in this partnering to ensure the safety of their cities by asking and learning about their community’s water sources. “Education remains a powerful tool to ensure the long-term safety and success of your city,” says Marshall.

Read Beyond Flint: Are other city water supplies in danger?

Content was originally published by MWH Global, which is now part of Stantec.

About the Author

Marshall Davert

Dr. Marshall Davert is the Executive Vice President of the Global Water Business Line. As EVP, he provides strategic direction for the planning, delivery, and operation of water-related infrastructure for public and private entities.

More Content by Marshall Davert
Previous Article
Sewage Composting in Iqualit - Black Gold
Sewage Composting in Iqualit - Black Gold

How Iqualit is composting sewage to transform it into valuable landfill cover (see page 41).

Next Article
The age of peracetic acid: A solution to increasingly challenging regulations
The age of peracetic acid: A solution to increasingly challenging regulations

Water experts discuss chlorination and the introduction of peroxyacetic acid.