VIDEO Q&A: Refreshing, Recycling, and Reusing Water – Part 2
The Water Crisis: Being More Efficient – A Chat with Dr. Peter Scales, Professor Emeritus, University of Melbourne
Fresh, safe, potable water is a resource that experts have been warning has been diminishing for years. One of the best solutions to replenish the supply is to re-use our wastewater—but there are concerns about the best way to do this.
In Part 2 of this Q&A, hear about how efficiency is important from the city level to the country level.
“The United Nations basically says that we need around about 1000 meters cubed per person per year of water to live well, and if I look at how much water I use in my house, it’s nowhere near 1000 meters cubed per year,” said Dr. Peter Scales, Professor Emeritus, University of Melbourne.
PerkinElmer’s John Martin, Environmental Segment Marketing Manager, discusses the water crisis and potential solution with Dr. Scales.
WATCH PART 1 HERE.