Tue., May 3rd
Drip by Drip: Demystifying Water
Boston faced down its own water crisis in 2010, with two million residents boiling water after a pipe failure in Weston, Massachusetts. One year later, we’ll look at how far we've come in protecting and prolonging our own New England water supply, and how we can preserve access to the resource that’s used for everything from drinking, bathing, and power production, to swimming, manufacturing, and transportation.
We also hear from Ken Kellaway, Jr., founder and CEO of Pura Vida H2O. His Randolph company is producing vending machines that dispense chilled, filtered tap water to customers’ own water bottles — without using plastic bottles.