Documentary to provoke "fundamental rethink" of water technology says maker

February 8, 2019

A recently released documentary featuring “thought leaders” in water technology seeks to  “provoke a fundamental rethink” in how people view the treatment and delivery of water according to its maker, water technology analyst Blue Tech Research.

 

The documentary, Brave Blue World, “explores and challenges some of the most commonly held assumptions about how people see, consume and value water,”  said BlueTech chief, Paul O’Callaghan.

 

O’Callaghan added: “Often media coverage on water can be quite apocalyptic. Instead, Brave Blue World will be produced as a more hopeful, optimistic and solutions-oriented story about water.”

 

Expert contributors include: NASA scientist, Michael Flynn; Stockholm Water Prize and Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize winner Prof Mark Von Loostrecht; author of Water 4.0, David Sedlak, and former president of the International Water Association, Glen Daigger.

 

Supporting partners assisting the development of the film include the Water Environment Federation, Dow Water Solutions, L’Oréal and Suez.

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