Low Pressure, High Potential: Solving Long Island’s Wastewater Issues w/Low-Pressure Sewer Systems
Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce
by PW Grosser
3d ago
Discover how low-pressure sewer systems are transforming Long Island’s wastewater treatment challenges into wins for the community and the environment. Paul Boyce and Brian Grogan of PW Grosser sit down with Chris Nedwick, National Sales Department Manager at Environment One Corp., to discuss the innovative technology behind E1’s low-pressure sewer systems. Explore the high efficiency and cost saving benefits of LPS in comparison to gravity systems, as well as the impact on our communities and infrastructure. #EnvironmentalEcho #PWGrosser #PWGC #WastewaterTreatmentLI #EnvironmentOneCorp #LowPr ..read more
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The Hydrogen Promise: Breakthroughs in Alternative Energy Technology - Part 2
Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce
by PW Grosser
1M ago
Continue your exploration of technology that promises to revolutionize the use of hydrogen as a global energy resource in part 2 of our latest Environmental Echo podcast. Join Paul Boyce of PW Grosser and alternative energy pioneer Dr. Tony Pan, CEO and co-founder of Modern Hydrogen, to discuss the fascinating ways they use the byproducts of hydrogen decarbonization to create renewable materials that further reduce CO2 emissions. Then dive into the future possibilities for hydrogen as an alternative energy source, including insights from Dr. Pan on emerging technologies, surprising results of ..read more
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The Hydrogen Promise: Breakthroughs in Alternative Energy Technology - Part 1
Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce
by PW Grosser
2M ago
Explore the groundbreaking potential of hydrogen as an alternative energy source in our next Environmental Echo podcast. In the first episode of a 2-part series, Paul Boyce of PW Grosser sits down with Dr. Tony Pan, CEO and co-founder of Modern Hydrogen in Seattle, to discuss how they create energy that is cheaper and cleaner through breakthrough technology, such as decarbonization and pyrolysis, and reduce CO2 emissions in the process. You’ll also learn about the environmental technology market, investment and financial aspects of inventing new energy tech, and the ultimate benefits of global ..read more
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Long Island & New York: A Bi-Directional Energy Highway - Part 2
Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce
by PW Grosser
3M ago
Get ready to dive into the possibilities and potential pitfalls of NY’s mandate to convert to fossil free energy by 2035, and its impact on Long Island. In part 2 of this Environmental Echo podcast, Paul Boyce of PWGC sits down with Carrie Meek Gallagher, Director of the Long Island Office of NY’s Department of Public Service, to discuss the development of a bi-directional energy power that flows between LI and NY. Get info on the progress of wind and solar power development on LI, energy storage, and the challenges that new energy sources pose for the electric grid, businesses, and individual ..read more
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Long Island & New York: A Bi-Directional Energy Highway Part - 1
Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce
by PW Grosser
4M ago
How will New York convert to fossil free energy by 2050? Can we reach the goal of 100% electric vehicle use by 2035? How will Long Island adapt to solar power and overcome issues like energy storage? These are some of the compelling questions we’ll explore in our next Environmental Echo podcast featuring guest Carrie Meek Gallagher, Director of the Long Island Office of the NY State Department of Public Service. In part I of “Long Island & New York: A Bi-Directional Energy Highway,” Paul Boyce, CEO of PW Grosser, taps into Ms. Gallagher’s extensive experience and insights to reveal the imp ..read more
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Revitalizing Long Island: Tackling Wastewater Challenges with TRITEC - Part 2
Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce
by PW Grosser
5M ago
Episode 52: Revitalizing Long Island: Tackling Wastewater Challenges with TRITEC-Part 2  Is Long Island's renewal affecting wastewater in our community? In this episode of"Environmental Echo," Paul Boyce, PE, PG, President and CEO of PW Grosser, continues hisconversation with TRITEC's Chris Kelly regarding Long Island revitalization. This secondinstallment of a two-part series focuses on how TRITEC mitigates the impact of projects onLong Island's wastewater and the innovative ways they improve water quality in our community.Check out part one, available everywhere, for more info about the ..read more
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Navigating Troubled Waters – Part 2: Long Island’s Marine Biodiversity Threatened by Rising Nitrogen Levels
Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce
by PW Grosser
6M ago
Episode 50: Navigating Troubled Waters – Part 2: Long Island’s Marine Biodiversity Threatened by Rising Nitrogen Levels The conversation about rising nitrogen levels and its effect on Long Island continues in Part 2 of Navigating Troubled Waters! Get surprising insights on the impact of nitrogen in our wastewater and how Long Island’s environmental engineers are leading the country in addressing the threat to our marine life with innovative technologies. In this follow-up episode of our latest Environmental Echo podcast, Dr. Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University returns with your host ..read more
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Navigating Troubled Waters: Long Island's Marine Biodiversity Threatened by Rising Nitrogen Levels (Part 1)
Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce
by PW Grosser
7M ago
Episode 49: Navigating Troubled Waters: Long Island's Marine Biodiversity Threatened by Rising Nitrogen Levels (Part 1) Are Long Island waterways at risk? In this episode of PW Grosser's "Environmental Echo," Chris Gobler, PhD, a professor at Stony Brook University, joins Paul Boyce, PE, PG and CEO of PW Grosser to discuss Long Island's marine biodiversity and how our waterways are at serious risk from growing nitrogen levels. How does this impact Long Islanders' daily lives? What adjustments need to be done to safeguard aquatic ecosystems? To find out, listen to the entire episode. See o ..read more
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Are Geothermal Systems Really Worth the Cost?
Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce
by PW Grosser
1y ago
Episode 48: Are Geothermal Systems Really Worth the Cost? In this episode of "Environmental Echo," host Paul Boyce, President and CEO of PW Grosser, is joined by two very special guests: Dandelion Energy's Wyatt Roberts, Senior Director of Channel Development, and Ryan Carda, Principal Engineer! Listen as we go further into the debate, are geothermal systems really worth the cost, with experts in the geothermal industry. Will switching to a geothermal heating system save you money in your home? Listen to the full episode to find out.   #EnvironmentalEcho #GeothermalEnergy #GeothermalSyste ..read more
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Education and Engineering: Are We Doing Enough?
Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce
by PW Grosser
1y ago
Episode 47: Education and Engineering: Are We Doing Enough? Welcome back to PW Grosser’s monthly podcast, “Environmental Echo.” This episode features Rigoberto Burgueño, Ph.D., a professor and Department Chair of Civil Engineering at Stony Brook University on Long Island. Our host, Paul Boyce, PE, PG, President and CEO of PW Grosser, and Bryan Grogan, Senior Vice President of PW Grosser and "repeat offender" to the show, discuss the educational system and how students' interests are shifting in today's society. From the evolution of engineering education over the years to the use of chatbots a ..read more
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