The Water Council (TWC) has opened its fall Tech Challenge with topics chosen by industry leaders to help solve challenges in the water sector. This session includes three topics – two dealing with PFAS and one dealing with pressurized pipes – along with a request for information about solutions addressing phosphorous loads.

The semi-annual Tech Challenge is open to anyone with a novel solution for the selected topics, including researchers, individuals, entrepreneurs, startups and established companies. This session’s topics, selected by program sponsors A. O. Smith Corporation, Badger Meter and Watts Water Technologies, are:

  • Destruction and treatment of PFAS in drinking water at facility or point-of-use scale
  • PFAS detection in drinking water at facility or point-of-use scale
  • Non-destructive structural analysis of pressurized pipes

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