Quebec City, September 20, 2019 — WaterShed Monitoring is proud to announce that Mses Sonja Behmel, Ph.D., CEO and cofounder of the company, and Anna Scheili, consultant expert and project manager, will be joining a few other water stakeholders of Québec City area to participate, this coming fall, to a three days educational field trip generously organised by the Southern Nevada Water Authority.
For the occasion, Mses Behmel and Scheili will have the privilege to visit several facilities dedicated to the treatment of water from source to tap and even beyond, since a tour of the wastewater valorization infrastructures is also scheduled. “I’m very honored to accept the invitation extended by the Southern Nevada Water Authority”, said Ms Behmel. “The arid conditions and the heavy population forced the water stakeholders of the region to develop a unique expertise from which WaterShed Monitoring could learn a lot”.
The idea of such a tour was born a year ago when she took part of a trade mission in Nevada. During their coming trip, they both aim to learn more about the challenges of water management in an arid environment and the tools implemented to guaranty supply, minimize losses and raise public awareness on the importance of protecting the resource. Moreover, they would like to seize the opportunity to connect and strengthen the relationships previously established with local water stakeholders in the hope of concluding partnerships for the water data management.
About WaterShed Monitoring
WaterShed Monitoring develops and markets innovative solutions that meet the needs at every stage of water quality monitoring. As a partner to the know-how of various stakeholders in the water sector, our company offers training, strategic coaching and consulting services for data analysis, among others. Moreover, WaterShed Monitoring offers a unique product: Enki®, the first cloud-based software designed to store, organize, contextualise, analyze, publish and share all types of water quality data. By maximising the full potential of monitoring activities, data collection and the information generated through these activities, WaterShed Monitoring contributes to informed decision-making at the municipal level of administration, the scientific research, and the management of natural resources.
About the Southern Nevada Water Authority
Since 1991, the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) gathers together seven local water and wastewater agencies to address water supply issues on a regional basis. Collectively, SNWA members are responsible for treating and delivering water to more than 2.1 million people in Southern Nevada, as well as acquiring and managing long-term water resources.
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For more information, please contact:
Sonja Behmel, Ph. D.
CEO and cofounder
+1 418 255-9477