More Ways to Learn at WWETT

Two new initiatives add to the 2023 educational opportunities

WWETT continues to innovate means to gain valuable education, even for those who aren’t able to attend the show in person. This year, any and all will have the opportunity to tune into the new WWETT Talks Live and Making Waves podcast.

WWETT Talks Live will be an interview series that features insights and perspectives from industry leaders across the U.S. Company founders, CEOs, project managers, educators, association presidents and other veterans of the industry will cover topics ranging from the state of the industry and current trends, to leadership roles, trials and tribulations of expanding, and the importance of industry work in the community.

The sessions will be live video streams lasting 5 to 10 minutes and available on WWETT’s website and social media accounts during the show. Exhibitors are welcome to sign up to participate in the live sessions online at WWETT Talks Live

Along with the live talks, the Making Waves podcast will be an audio experience that gives wastewater and environmental service professionals a glimpse into the real people who are making waves in the industry with innovative ideas, approaches and technology.       

The podcasts will also feature an inside look at the hard work and effort that goes into making the WWETT Show great. Listen to the stories and behind-the-scenes secrets about how the WWETT show comes together from the individuals that make it happen.

“We’re excited to launch WWETT Talks Live and the Making Waves podcast,” says Liz Bothwell, head of content and marketing for the WWETT Show and Waste360. “The wastewater industry is fascinating with many sectors and incredible people with lessons to share and stories to tell. These two new initiatives will help to do just that. We hope you'll tune in.”

For more information on both the WWETT Talks Live and Making Waves podcast, visit WWETT’s website and sign up for show updates via e-newletters


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