S4E3 - Central Water Management Networks won't Handle 2050. Time for an Epic Move?
with 🎙️ Aaron Tartakovsky, CEO and Co-Founder of Epic Cleantec
💧 Epic Cleantec offers end-to-end service for the design, engineering, permitting, installation, and ongoing operations of onsitewaterreuse systems.
What we covered:
🍎 How Water and Wastewater management has not changed much over the past two centuries
🍎 Hot the centralized water management approach may suffer from the increased loads if 70% of Humanity is to live in cities by 2050
🍏 How the Energy Sector can (again) be used as a guideline towards the Water Sector's future
🧮 How up to 95% of a building's water use can be covered with recycled water sources and onsite water reuse
🍏 How the byproducts of water in wastewater can provide tremendous value
🍏 How cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, or Austin lead the pack, with onsite water reuse regulations
🌱 How distributed water management will dramatically enhance the system's resilience by reducing interdependencies
🍏 How there's a last frontier to break: overcoming the "Yuck" factor - and how to do so
🤔 How Epic Cleantec addresses and discusses the problem more than the solution in their marketing - and why
🧮 How they actually treat the wastewater in buildings - and what's inside their "black box."
🍏 How Epic's system is deployed in a 20 story office in San Jose - and what this onsite water reuse enables
🍏 How "one size fits all" simply never applies in the Water Industry - and how Epic Cleantec deals with this
🧮 Business Model, GoTo Market routes, the secret to success as a disruptive start-up, Accumulating (well-deserved) Awards... and much more!
🔥 ... and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥
➡️ Get the Full Story (including an infographic and full transcript) here: https://dww.show/central-water-management-networks-wont-handle-2050-time-for-an-epic-move-onsite-water-reuse/
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