074 The One Where Every Drop Counts - Scaling UP! H2O

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074 The One Where Every Drop Counts - Scaling UP! H2O

Water, Water everywhere…  Well, is it really?  As a Water Treatment Professional, we have a professional responsibility to look after this valuable resource.  It’s not just a responsibility, it is in the DNA of our job.  Water Treatment is the original “Green” profession.  We were Green before anybody ever thought about being Green, even Kermit.

If we do our jobs properly, we have a tremendous opportunity to reduce the amount of water our systems use.  And that’s being Green no matter how you define “Being Green”

green /ɡrēn/

  1. Utilizing the smallest amount of resources possible
  2. Saving money by reducing the amount used

Our guest today is Kathy Nguyen of The Cobb County Water System.  Cobb county is a suburb of Atlanta, GA.  Join me as I speak with Kathy about water and get some ideas of what we can do to be more green.  No matter how you define it.

More about Kathy Nguyen: 

Kathy Nguyen graduated from Berry College with a BA in Speech/Communications. She studied Environmental Management at the University of Maryland. She has been with Cobb County Water System for since 2001. In 2004 she became the Water Efficiency Manager, where she developed, implemented and manages the Water Efficiency Program.

In 2009 she became the Senior Project Manager for Water Resources. She is currently the Customer Service Division Manager. She is a member of: American Water Works Association, Georgia Association of Water Professionals, Technical Coordinating Committee for Metro North Georgia Water Planning District, Department of Community Affairs WaterFirst Adjudication Team, Technical Advisory Committee for both the State-wide Water Plan and the State-wide Water Conservation Plan, Past-Chair of the Alliance for Water Efficiency Public Education and Outreach Committee, the Georgia Water Wise Council the Georgia Section of American Water Works, The Irrigation Association SWAT Promotional Working Group.


Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Kathy Nguyen on LinkedIn

Kathy Nguyen on Twitter

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