Our brains are 73% water and our bodies are 60% water, so we literally cannot live without it. But most community water systems suffer from industrial pollution. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Listen to Karen Sorber, Cofounder/CEO of Micronic Technologies describe their innovative chemical-free system for cleaning wastewater on this Green Connections Radio podcast with host Joan Michelson.
- How their system works – chemical-free.
- How a particular business trip inspired her to find a way to help get clean water to communities.
- How Karen transitioned from 30+ years in the federal government to cofounding Micronics
- About the rigorous testing needed to be done on such a system to be approved by regulators.
- And, valuable career advice, especially for transitioning to a new career or business.
“Save money to increase your (career) options…and do what you love because (that passion) will help you find another door to open….(and) a mentor will help you look around brick walls.” Karen Sorber on Green Connections Radio podcast
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- Lee-Anne Walters, Flint, Michigan community organizer and whistleblower on their water crisis.
- Talia Buford, ProPublica reporter who covered Flint, MI water crisis.
- NASA Teen Contest Winners, Mikayla Sharieff and Bria Snell of a DC area high school invented an innovative way to get clean water to their school water fountains.
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