Webinar attendees gained a broad understanding of the current body of research on wastewater monitoring of COVID-19. Attendees also learned how real-life monitoring programs are being managed and executed in state-wide programs. View the replay here.
October 27th, 2020 | 2:30 pm EST
COVID-19 is causing unprecedented challenges for communities around the world. In the United States, safely reopening depends on having widespread, advanced testing methodologies. However, research has shown that testing wastewater sewage for SARS-CoV-2 RNA can provide a seven-day leading indicator of outbreaks, compared to other compiled testing data.
Attendees of this webinar walked away with:
Erica Walker is the Sr. Director of Solution Services at 120Water. She joined 120Water in late 2018 from the Indiana Finance Authority, where she managed a statewide drinking water lead sampling program for public schools. She also has worked for the Water Quality Research Program for the City of Bloomington, Ind. and in the Air, Pesticides, Toxins Management Division of the US Environmental Protection Agency. She holds master’s degrees in Environmental Science and Public Affairs from Indiana University.