A Bridge To Innovation: Water Technology Clusters
Wednesday, 11 January 2017
Despite the increased attention toward innovation, many end users are faced with the reality of declining revenues against growing infrastructure costs and the prioritization of today’s needs and longer-term projects, all while having to manage limited resources of staff time to oversee day-to-day operational requirements. Generally, however, the water industry recognizes that current and future challenges cannot be met absent of innovation. This is not limited to technology development, but also to best practices, procurement policy, financing, and evaluation of emerging solutions against incumbent processes.
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About the Author
As President of Isle, Cristina Ahmadpour is driven to accelerate positive change through the engagement of technology innovation and best practices via collaboration, evaluation, and engagement of key stakeholders. Cristina graduated from Vermont Law School with a Master in Environmental Law, emphasis in Energy (Summa Cum Laude), and received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, emphasis in Global Business Management, from California State University. She was selected for the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Water Leadership Institute class of 2015 and is a volunteer member on WEF’s Government Affairs Committee and Water Reuse Committee.