Dan Theobald “Wastewater Dan” The WastewaterWizard
Shares the Water Security online:
Water security “the reliable availability of an acceptable quantity and quality of water for health, livelihoods and production, coupled with an acceptable level of water-related risks Sustainable development will not be achieved without a water secure world.
A water secure world integrates a concern for the intrinsic value of water with a concern for its use for human survival and well-being.
A water secure world harnesses water’s productive power and minimizes its destructive force.
Water security also means addressing environmental protection and the negative effects of poor management.
It is also concerned with ending fragmented responsibility for water and integrating water resources management across all sectors – finance, planning, agriculture, energy, tourism, industry, education and health.
A water secure world reduces poverty, advances education, and increases living standards.
A water secure world is a world where there is an improved quality of life for all, especially for the most vulnerable—usually women and children—who benefit most from good water governance.
Attempting to achieve and maintain Water Security is our objective here.
Enter our challenging world maintaining Water–Security:
Daniel L. Theobald of Environmental Services:
Known in the industry as “Wastewater Dan,” Daniel L. Theobald, proprietor of Environmental Services, is a professional wastewater and safety consultant/trainer. He has more than 24 years of hands-on industry experience operating many variants of wastewater treatment processing units and is eager to answer submitted questions on water or wastewater and to share his knowledge about water conservation.
Theobald serves as an active consultant for industries looking to achieve and maintain improved wastewater treatment at reduced cost. He is a Lifetime Member of the Who’s Who Registry of Professionals and holds numerous certifications from wastewater management regulatory boards and professional organizations. Theobald contributed one chapter to the Water Environment Federation’s Manual of Practice # 37, a technical manual resource guide for biological nutrient removal, scheduled and published in 2013.
Theobald also authors an industry-related blog http://TheWastewaterWizardBlog.com/
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