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Two weeks ago, when I wrote about Hurricane Sandy in this blog...

Last week, Water & Wastes Digest's editorial staff was invited to descend into Milwaukee’s Deep Tunnel, one of the largest storm...

Later this week, Water & Wastes Digest Managing Editor Elizabeth Lisican and I will attend the 2012 American Water Summit, taking...

As 100-year-old water and sewer infrastructure surpasses its expected life span, managing capital costs and dealing with financial issues takes...

From June to August 2012, Water & Wastes Digest invited project managers to submit entries showcasing industry-specific projects in...

Election season is upon us, and I’m surrounded by rabble rousers...

Last week Water & Wastes Digest’s editorial team traveled to New Orleans for the Water Environment Federation’s 85th...

Thousands of water professionals arrived in New Orleans this week for the Water Environment Federation's 85th Annual Technical Exhibition and...

The deadline for the WWD/WWEMA 2012 Scholarship is quickly approaching—Friday, Oct. 19, 2012. This Water & Wastes Digest...

When most people think of the Olympic Games, they think of awe-inspiring stories of determination, stories of achieving the goal of a lifetime—and...

It’s no secret that small water systems face big challenges. Diminishing state and federal funding options, combined with swelling population has...

In six weeks, thousands of water professionals will head to New Orleans for WEFTEC.12, the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical...

Dwindling budgets and staff affect a large number of water and wastewater facilities across the nation. Because of economic conditions at the...

Summer into fall is my absolute favorite time of year. The air...

From growing population, to tightening regulations, to water availability, water systems are faced with various challenges; however, funding...

Being environmentally cautious while saving time and money is getting easier these days as a growing number of utilities are opting to provide...

Many of you have already seen and responded to our announcements about the Water & Wastes Digest 2012 Top Water and Wastewater...

Drought is typically associated with states in the South or Southwest. It may come as a surprise to learn that persistent drought has been...

According to a recent Probe Research Inc. report, increasing demands on available water supplies by industry, agriculture and expanding population...

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