Dr. Cat Shrier Host the Online Streaming of the 25th Anniversary Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting
“Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting a great event. Dr. Shrier is thrilled to have the opportunity to bring this event to the online audience through hosted live coverage, social media engagement, games and activities that people can do in their own homes. WaterMaster, Arthur von Weisenberger,will conduct a live demo of how to do your own water tasting. This is an opportunity for home viewers to submit votes for the “best packaging" contest. These activities encourage people to notice what different water tastes like, and how that's connected with the watersheds, the water treatment, and water piping systems in their communities and homes.
Over the past 25 years, the Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting has had nearly 700 entries from 50 countries and 46 states. This is how to understanding where water comes from and what affects its taste. mes and activities that people can do in their own homes and communities. We'll have our WaterMaster, Arthur von Weisenberger, conducting a live demo of how to do your own water tasting, and an opportunity for our home viewers to submit votes for the competitors in the “best packaging" contest - comparing their votes with our onsite attendees. These activities encourage people to notice what different water tastes like, and how that's connected with the watersheds, the water treatment, and water piping systems in their communities and in their homes.
The web broadcast will cover:
Discover how public outrage over one of the world's largest contaminated water spills in Charleston, WV in 2014 led to new protections of drinking water sources withAngie Rosser, Executive Director, West Virginia Rivers Coalition.
Ponder facts not considered when universities and municipalities banned bottled water; presented by Jack C. West, Chairman, Drinking Water Research Foundation.
Hear Michael Cervin, Sr. Editor, BottledWaterWeb.com, reveal how the force of water transforms our psyche.
Learn about an exciting pilot project that encourages responsible disposal of prescription drugs in your medicine cabinet from Thomas McAbee, Executive Director, Lloyd Magothy Water Trust, Inc.
Realize the implications of climate change on water from the fascinating global consultant, Henry R. Hidell, III of Hidell International.
Register for the event,Friday February 20, 2015 here http://watercitizen.com/registration-bsiwt-seminar
Company Name: WaterCitizen.Com Media Contact Person: Dr. Cat Shrier Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 2023447894 City: Washington State: DC Country: United States Website: http://watercitizen.com/berkeleyspringsregistration