Video: Panel discusses global sanitation crisis at World Water Congress

With an estimated 2.5 billion people lacking access to adequate sanitation around the world, the global sanitation crisis has become a critical and central topic of discussion among industry leaders. This week, at the World Water Congress in Vienna, Austria, a panel moderated by Carl Ganter, Managing Director of Circle of Blue, examined the world sanitation crisis in detail, including a new partnership called Watermark...

VIENNA, Austria, Sept. 10, 2008 -- With an estimated 2.5 billion people lacking access to adequate sanitation around the world, the global sanitation crisis has become a critical and central topic of discussion among industry leaders. This week, at the World Water Congress in Vienna, Austria, a panel moderated by Carl Ganter, Managing Director of Circle of Blue, examined the world sanitation crisis in detail, including a new partnership called Watermark that aims to provide safe water, sanitation and hygiene education to 300 schools in the developing world. Panel members included Darren Saywell, Director of the International Water Association; Ned Breslin, Director of Water for People; and Steve Loranger, CEO of ITT Corporation.

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