Hiamalya-The podcast Player

4.8K Ratings
Open in app
title

Scaling UP! H2O

scalinguph2o.com

1
Followers
3
Plays
Scaling UP! H2O

Scaling UP! H2O

scalinguph2o.com

1
Followers
3
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

A Podcast for water treaters who deal with the treatment of cooling towers, boiler and closed loop systems.

Latest Episodes

140 The One That Helps Us Reopen Building Water Systems

For the last two months, our world has been very different. Who would have thought we would have stay at home orders? I know I didn't! But it did. As we reopen, everybody wants to know what they can do to get back to work. As a water treater, we have a different perspective on what it takes to get a building or facility back up and running. Most owners are thinking about all the things they can see whereasthe water treater is thinking about the things we cannot see. Specifically, the things that have been growing in dormant piping while we were all at home. Bacteria and other pathogens did not take a break. Our guest today is Dr. Janet Stout. Janet has been a great friend of our podcast by offering great information about the prevention of Legionnaires Disease. This episode is from an exclusive webinar we did for the Rising Tide Mastermind. To see it go to scalinguph2o.com/janetstout. There you can see the slides that Janet is presenting on. Janet shares what has been going on in the pipes of dormant systems. She gives us best practices that we should share with our clients. Here's the bottom line; we need to help our clients understand that what they cannot see is just as important as the things they can see. We can assist our clients by giving them the information and letting them know what has been happening in their system's piping over the last two months. Ultimately, this will help save someone from suffering later. Please enjoy and share this episode. Key Points 12:50 – Best practices on starting water systems back up 23:45 – Changes that occur in stagnant water systems 26:00 – When to sample for Legionella 28:50 – Key resources for risk mitigation and decontamination 30:30 – What to do if you find legionella 38:25 – How to get building owners thinking about water systems during the reopening 43:11 – What to do with a stagnant system that's back online Key Quotes "While we humans are experiencing scarcity, the bacteria have everything they need in abundance in these building water systems that have been shut down." "Make sure that whatever you are doing,you document thoroughly not only for your protection but also for the protection of the building owner." "COVID is bad enough. COVID affects countries. Legionella affects you. If there is a Legionella problem, it will compound your economic recovery." "If you ignore Legionella's risk in an unoccupied space, you may pay an enormous price." Links MentionedOnThis Episode The Proactive Webinar Series Rising Tide Mastermind Special Pathogen’s Lab Covid-19 Resources

50 MIN3 d ago
Comments
140 The One That Helps Us Reopen Building Water Systems

139 The One With CRM Expert, Resa Gooding

EP 139 - The One With CRM Expert, Resa Gooding

61 MIN1 w ago
Comments
139 The One With CRM Expert, Resa Gooding

138 The One That’s All About Cooling Towers - Part 2

138 The One That’s All About Cooling Towers - Part 2 Last week we heard fromEvapco’sBrett Alexander.Brettexplainedthe inner workingsof alltypesof cooling towers and how we can tell the differences between them. We alsodiscussedthe different metallurgies that these devices are made of. If you didn’t get a chance to listen to lastweek'sepisode, please do so. It is a great baseline on cooling tower knowledge. Today, Brett isback,and he is going to continue ourdiscussionfrom last week. Being a fellow water treater, Brett is going to share his knowledge of water treatment as it pertains to keeping cooling towers intheirprime. Take a listen for tips and tricks Brett shares from a water treater’s prospective. Key Points 2:45 – Drift eliminators 9:30 – What to look for with spray nozzles 16:50 – Variable frequency drives 19:08 –Maintaininglouvers 20:40 – Anatomy of a cooling tower 25:05 – What should a water treatment program include 33:00 – Top issues that come up with water tre...

61 MIN2 w ago
Comments
138 The One That’s All About Cooling Towers - Part 2

137 The One That's All About Cooling Towers - Part 1

Every dayfor the past 20+ years I think I have seen a cooling tower either in person, a picture or just thought about one. As an industrial water treater, cooling towers are part of our day to day lives.I do remember a time before that when I did not know what a cooling tower was andhavingto learn about how it worked.ButI must admit,later, I reallydidn’tgive themtoomuch thought. Later in my career, I have had the opportunity to work with some of the cooling towermanufacturers, talk about a group of people that have given cooling towers a lot of thought...I soon came to realize that the generic terms that I have for cooling towers did not always translate well when speaking tosomeone whohad such a larger extentof knowledge around cooling towers.Today'sepisode is focus around this experience. We are going to learn from cooling tower expertBrettAlexanderofEvapco. Brettwill share with usterminologyand function of the device we all know and love, cooling towers. Key Points 8:20 – Brett...

52 MIN3 w ago
Comments
137 The One That's All About Cooling Towers - Part 1

136 The One About The Mastermind Group

Episode 136: The One About The Mastermind Group Last January, I started a group called The Rising Tide Mastermind. You probably have noticed that I've mentioned it quite a few times on the podcast. The fact of the matter is, I want to get the word out about this group. I can say that it has been transformational for its members. And me too! Many of you in the Scaling UP! Nation! have asked questions about The Rising Tide Mastermind by going to our website and submitting your inquiry. The majority of questions hub around what the group does, and what you get out of it. I could easily answer these questions for you on a podcast episode, but instead of me answering them, I've enlisted some help. Today's conversation is all about what it is like to be a member of The Rising Tide Mastermind, from the perspective of four members of the group. Join me as I ask your questions toMark Lewis,Conor Parrish,Eric RussoandBrian Fisk. Key Quotes: "We are fortunate to have a diversity of thought in ...

64 MINMAY 1
Comments
136 The One About The Mastermind Group

135 The One with Adam Lean

Episode 135 - The One withAdam Lean Howdo you know how well you are doing if you don’t measure it? Ok, how about this... How would you know who was winning if they dint keep score? Now try this: How do you know how you are doing if you aren't keeping score? And the better question is: how do you get better if you don’t know to get better? I am talking about metrics. Metrics is how we can keep score on everything we do. If it has and input and an output, you can measure it. But the thing is, most of us don’t measure anything. How long does it take you toservice and account, run a test, write a report, or sale a new customer? Peter Druckersaid“Whatget’smeasuredget’simproved.” So, if we aren'tmeasuring, we don’t have the structure to improve. One of the things we need to measure in business is our business. The is a limitless supply of items we can measure in business. Butmeasuringthem is only step one.Knowwhat to do with that data and then how to know you areimprovementis what...

64 MINAPR 24
Comments
135 The One with Adam Lean

Another One That Helps Us Through This Crisis

I want to personally say thank you toall ofthe water treaters out there that are keeping our world running. Please stay safe.

72 MINAPR 21
Comments
Another One That Helps Us Through This Crisis

134 Pinks and Blues LinkedIn

I am always looking for ways to find out what I don't know I don't know. The problem with that is you don't know what you don't know, you know... For this reason, I try to put myself in situations to force what I don't know to become apparent to me. Some of the ways I do this is: Reading Going to events Listening to podcasts Participating in mastermind groups (likeThe Rising Tide Mastermind) Working with a personal coach Having others hold me accountable And the list goes on. Again, you don't know what you don't know, so youhave toput yourself in places that help bring the unknown to light. As the host of Scaling UP! H2O, I am very aware that there is a lot to know about running a podcast. And, there is a plethora of stuff I don't know. So, in following my advice I doall ofthe above. About a year ago, I was at a podcasting event called Podcast Movement. It was a convention about podcasting. And boy, did I learn that I didn't know a lot of things! During one of the breakout sessions ...

25 MINAPR 17
Comments
134 Pinks and Blues LinkedIn

The One That Helps Us Through This Crisis

68 MINAPR 14
Comments
The One That Helps Us Through This Crisis

133 The One With The Water Treater John Fleig

Nation!,one of my favorite things to do on this podcast is to talk to other water treaters. As a fellow water treater, I can relate to the trials and tribulations others in our industry face. I am continuously amazed at how water treaters will selflessly help other water treaters with issues. We are a part of such a great community! I have developed some great relationships because I ask a fellow water treater a question on how to do something. The bottom line: don't be afraid to ask someone to help you! Our guest today is a water treater that has seen a lot during his career. John Fleig ofChemenergyWater Treatment shares with us some of his experiences in the industry. This is a conversation you don't want to miss! Please welcome John Fleig. Links mentioned On This Episode: Scranton Associates John Fleig on LinkedIn Chemenergy Chemenergy on Twitter Books: The Miracle Equation: The Two Decisions That Move Your Biggest Goals from Possible, to Probable, to Inevitable

52 MINAPR 10
Comments
133 The One With The Water Treater John Fleig

Latest Episodes

140 The One That Helps Us Reopen Building Water Systems

For the last two months, our world has been very different. Who would have thought we would have stay at home orders? I know I didn't! But it did. As we reopen, everybody wants to know what they can do to get back to work. As a water treater, we have a different perspective on what it takes to get a building or facility back up and running. Most owners are thinking about all the things they can see whereasthe water treater is thinking about the things we cannot see. Specifically, the things that have been growing in dormant piping while we were all at home. Bacteria and other pathogens did not take a break. Our guest today is Dr. Janet Stout. Janet has been a great friend of our podcast by offering great information about the prevention of Legionnaires Disease. This episode is from an exclusive webinar we did for the Rising Tide Mastermind. To see it go to scalinguph2o.com/janetstout. There you can see the slides that Janet is presenting on. Janet shares what has been going on in the pipes of dormant systems. She gives us best practices that we should share with our clients. Here's the bottom line; we need to help our clients understand that what they cannot see is just as important as the things they can see. We can assist our clients by giving them the information and letting them know what has been happening in their system's piping over the last two months. Ultimately, this will help save someone from suffering later. Please enjoy and share this episode. Key Points 12:50 – Best practices on starting water systems back up 23:45 – Changes that occur in stagnant water systems 26:00 – When to sample for Legionella 28:50 – Key resources for risk mitigation and decontamination 30:30 – What to do if you find legionella 38:25 – How to get building owners thinking about water systems during the reopening 43:11 – What to do with a stagnant system that's back online Key Quotes "While we humans are experiencing scarcity, the bacteria have everything they need in abundance in these building water systems that have been shut down." "Make sure that whatever you are doing,you document thoroughly not only for your protection but also for the protection of the building owner." "COVID is bad enough. COVID affects countries. Legionella affects you. If there is a Legionella problem, it will compound your economic recovery." "If you ignore Legionella's risk in an unoccupied space, you may pay an enormous price." Links MentionedOnThis Episode The Proactive Webinar Series Rising Tide Mastermind Special Pathogen’s Lab Covid-19 Resources

50 MIN3 d ago
Comments
140 The One That Helps Us Reopen Building Water Systems

139 The One With CRM Expert, Resa Gooding

EP 139 - The One With CRM Expert, Resa Gooding

61 MIN1 w ago
Comments
139 The One With CRM Expert, Resa Gooding

138 The One That’s All About Cooling Towers - Part 2

138 The One That’s All About Cooling Towers - Part 2 Last week we heard fromEvapco’sBrett Alexander.Brettexplainedthe inner workingsof alltypesof cooling towers and how we can tell the differences between them. We alsodiscussedthe different metallurgies that these devices are made of. If you didn’t get a chance to listen to lastweek'sepisode, please do so. It is a great baseline on cooling tower knowledge. Today, Brett isback,and he is going to continue ourdiscussionfrom last week. Being a fellow water treater, Brett is going to share his knowledge of water treatment as it pertains to keeping cooling towers intheirprime. Take a listen for tips and tricks Brett shares from a water treater’s prospective. Key Points 2:45 – Drift eliminators 9:30 – What to look for with spray nozzles 16:50 – Variable frequency drives 19:08 –Maintaininglouvers 20:40 – Anatomy of a cooling tower 25:05 – What should a water treatment program include 33:00 – Top issues that come up with water tre...

61 MIN2 w ago
Comments
138 The One That’s All About Cooling Towers - Part 2

137 The One That's All About Cooling Towers - Part 1

Every dayfor the past 20+ years I think I have seen a cooling tower either in person, a picture or just thought about one. As an industrial water treater, cooling towers are part of our day to day lives.I do remember a time before that when I did not know what a cooling tower was andhavingto learn about how it worked.ButI must admit,later, I reallydidn’tgive themtoomuch thought. Later in my career, I have had the opportunity to work with some of the cooling towermanufacturers, talk about a group of people that have given cooling towers a lot of thought...I soon came to realize that the generic terms that I have for cooling towers did not always translate well when speaking tosomeone whohad such a larger extentof knowledge around cooling towers.Today'sepisode is focus around this experience. We are going to learn from cooling tower expertBrettAlexanderofEvapco. Brettwill share with usterminologyand function of the device we all know and love, cooling towers. Key Points 8:20 – Brett...

52 MIN3 w ago
Comments
137 The One That's All About Cooling Towers - Part 1

136 The One About The Mastermind Group

Episode 136: The One About The Mastermind Group Last January, I started a group called The Rising Tide Mastermind. You probably have noticed that I've mentioned it quite a few times on the podcast. The fact of the matter is, I want to get the word out about this group. I can say that it has been transformational for its members. And me too! Many of you in the Scaling UP! Nation! have asked questions about The Rising Tide Mastermind by going to our website and submitting your inquiry. The majority of questions hub around what the group does, and what you get out of it. I could easily answer these questions for you on a podcast episode, but instead of me answering them, I've enlisted some help. Today's conversation is all about what it is like to be a member of The Rising Tide Mastermind, from the perspective of four members of the group. Join me as I ask your questions toMark Lewis,Conor Parrish,Eric RussoandBrian Fisk. Key Quotes: "We are fortunate to have a diversity of thought in ...

64 MINMAY 1
Comments
136 The One About The Mastermind Group

135 The One with Adam Lean

Episode 135 - The One withAdam Lean Howdo you know how well you are doing if you don’t measure it? Ok, how about this... How would you know who was winning if they dint keep score? Now try this: How do you know how you are doing if you aren't keeping score? And the better question is: how do you get better if you don’t know to get better? I am talking about metrics. Metrics is how we can keep score on everything we do. If it has and input and an output, you can measure it. But the thing is, most of us don’t measure anything. How long does it take you toservice and account, run a test, write a report, or sale a new customer? Peter Druckersaid“Whatget’smeasuredget’simproved.” So, if we aren'tmeasuring, we don’t have the structure to improve. One of the things we need to measure in business is our business. The is a limitless supply of items we can measure in business. Butmeasuringthem is only step one.Knowwhat to do with that data and then how to know you areimprovementis what...

64 MINAPR 24
Comments
135 The One with Adam Lean

Another One That Helps Us Through This Crisis

I want to personally say thank you toall ofthe water treaters out there that are keeping our world running. Please stay safe.

72 MINAPR 21
Comments
Another One That Helps Us Through This Crisis

134 Pinks and Blues LinkedIn

I am always looking for ways to find out what I don't know I don't know. The problem with that is you don't know what you don't know, you know... For this reason, I try to put myself in situations to force what I don't know to become apparent to me. Some of the ways I do this is: Reading Going to events Listening to podcasts Participating in mastermind groups (likeThe Rising Tide Mastermind) Working with a personal coach Having others hold me accountable And the list goes on. Again, you don't know what you don't know, so youhave toput yourself in places that help bring the unknown to light. As the host of Scaling UP! H2O, I am very aware that there is a lot to know about running a podcast. And, there is a plethora of stuff I don't know. So, in following my advice I doall ofthe above. About a year ago, I was at a podcasting event called Podcast Movement. It was a convention about podcasting. And boy, did I learn that I didn't know a lot of things! During one of the breakout sessions ...

25 MINAPR 17
Comments
134 Pinks and Blues LinkedIn

The One That Helps Us Through This Crisis

68 MINAPR 14
Comments
The One That Helps Us Through This Crisis

133 The One With The Water Treater John Fleig

Nation!,one of my favorite things to do on this podcast is to talk to other water treaters. As a fellow water treater, I can relate to the trials and tribulations others in our industry face. I am continuously amazed at how water treaters will selflessly help other water treaters with issues. We are a part of such a great community! I have developed some great relationships because I ask a fellow water treater a question on how to do something. The bottom line: don't be afraid to ask someone to help you! Our guest today is a water treater that has seen a lot during his career. John Fleig ofChemenergyWater Treatment shares with us some of his experiences in the industry. This is a conversation you don't want to miss! Please welcome John Fleig. Links mentioned On This Episode: Scranton Associates John Fleig on LinkedIn Chemenergy Chemenergy on Twitter Books: The Miracle Equation: The Two Decisions That Move Your Biggest Goals from Possible, to Probable, to Inevitable

52 MINAPR 10
Comments
133 The One With The Water Treater John Fleig
hmly
Welcome to Himalaya Premium