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Jun 11 2020
Pete Gabor, business development manager of water automation for Emerson, discusses the values of automating utility systems and the key aspects…
Jun 9 2020
OSIsoft Principal of Global Water Industry Gary Wong discusses how simply generating data does not make it meaningful for a utility. He explains how…
Jun 4 2020
Blue-White Industries President and CEO Rob Gledhill discusses how the company has adapted to the coronavirus with social distancing policies and a…
Jun 2 2020
National Association of Clean Water Agencies Director of Legislative Affairs Jason Isakovic explains the status of bills in Congress that could…
May 28 2020
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Community Benefits Director Ronak Okoye explains the though process and purpose behind its emergency…
May 26 2020
American Public Works Association 2019-2020 President Bill Spearman and CEO Scott Grayson talk about the challenges the coronavirus has posed for the…
May 8 2020
In this special stay-at-home episode of Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, hosts Lauren Del Ciello, Katie Johns and Bob Crossen provide an…
May 4 2020
Why Water is Life Did you know that water is needed in almost everything we use, we do, and we eat? Table 1 shows a summary of how much water we use…
Apr 28 2020
What Was the Case About? This case hinges on whether The County of Maui, Hawaii requires a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) …
An image of a pristine blue lake with green trees, blue skies and mountains in the distance to celebrate World Water Day.
Water & Wastes Digest staff share their favorite social media posts from World Water Day March 22, 2020.
Mar 23 2020
World Water Day 2020 was March 22, and hundreds of individuals, companies and corporate accounts posted about the planet’s most precious resource…
Feb 24 2020
Numbers paint a dire picture of water consumption in Las Vegas. The metropolitan region has a population of 2.2 million, and the average household…
Feb 24 2020
In January, Baltimore became the first major U.S. city to enact a water affordability and equity law aimed at helping the most marginalized citizens…
Jan 13 2020
2019 was witness to large moves in the water industry. From revisions to the Lead and Copper Rule and the release of the U.S. EPA National Water…
Jan 13 2020
It can be difficult to start the New Year off strong. It delineates a capsule of time to reflect upon, but it also is simply a continuation of things…
Jan 10 2020
A lot happens in a day at a water treatment facility. Millions of gallons of water run through the plant each day, placing an enormous responsibility…
Dec 9 2019
Generally speaking, the WWD State of the Industry Report pulls on the status of the U.S. economy and budgets to develop conclusions about how wider…
Dec 9 2019
To think it is already December and that 2019 is nearing a close! This year has been one wrought with changes and big moments for the industry,…
Nov 23 2019
I rarely use my editorial letter for housekeeping purposes. I feel it is better used to reflect my experiences and musings on industry trends and…
Nov 22 2019
In mid-September, the U.S. EPA and U.S. Army repealed a 2015 rule defining Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) regulated under the Clean Water Act in a step…
Oct 23 2019
In 2013, a cold wave passed over the Midwestern U.S. dropping temperatures to record low levels. At that time, I was living in a city called…
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