Assemblywoman Sandy Galef hosts Jordan Valdina, an engineer from Synergy Design, and Ming Wang, a citizen advocate for improving wastewater infrastructure, on her television show, “Dear Sandy.” Galef discusses New York’s deteriorating wastewater infrastructure, ways to improve it, and save money in doing so, with Valdina and Wang. New water-saving technologies allow for a community’s preciously wasted water to be safely filtered and reused - for example for irrigating crops and gardens. Recycled water often comes from sinks and showers and in other parts of the world has been shown to be safe to reuse. Through reusing normally wasted water, our demand for clean water can be met and the strain on our wastewater infrastructure can be reduced. Out of all the water on Earth, only one percent is usable by humans, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Preserving as much fresh water as possible is a priority for a sustainable future. “Ming and Jordan highlight some excellent approaches to wastewater management which we must seriously consider,” Galef said. “In addition, this is an opportunity to save money and benefit our environment and community.” To learn more, tune in to cable television at the following dates and times.
Fridays, June 3, 10, 17, & 24
at 9:00 P.M. on
Ossining and Peekskill Channel 15
(Briarcliff, Ossining, Scarborough, Buchanan, Cortlandt, Croton, Garrison, Montrose, Peekskill, Philipstown South, Verplanck)
Wappingers Falls Channel 21
(Cold Spring, Philipstown North)
Yorktown Channel 74
(Lake Peekskill, Putnam Valley) Comcast
Fridays, June 3, 10, & 17
at 7:30 pm
Carmel, Kent, Mahopac & Putnam Valley Channel 8
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