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An interview with CEO of U.S. Water, LaMarr Barnes
LaMarr Barnes is CEO of U.S. Water Services Inc. Barnes has more than 25 years of experience in industrial water treatment and technology management. He was hired by U.S. Water Services Inc. as vice president of marketing in 2010 and ascended to senior executive vice president of marketing in 2015. He was named CEO in January 2017. Barnes can be reached at [email protected] or 763.559.2837.
Apr 10 2018
Last fall, U.S. Water expanded its business with the acquisition of Tonka Water, a supplier of municipal and industrial water and wastewater…
Mar 22 2018
On this World Water Day, the reality of water scarcity is starker than ever before. With the situation in Cape Town, South Africa, bringing worldwide…
Mar 9 2018
The world’s need for energy is overwhelming, and fulfilling that need is obviously far from easy. It is no wonder that so many different energy…
Mar 9 2018
The U.S. Southwest has been suffering from a severe drought the past seven years, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Assn. 2017 climate…
Mar 9 2018
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reports that attacks on U.S. critical infrastructure are happening with increased frequency. “For many…
Mar 9 2018
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Mar 9 2018
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Mar 9 2018
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Mar 9 2018
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Mar 9 2018
It is time to establish an independent public sector Water Wastewater Forensic Agency (WWFA) for investigating water and wastewater treatment…
Mar 9 2018
If you’re like me, you often use Lyft or Uber to get around major cities while traveling for work or pleasure. It is an effective mode of transport…
Feb 23 2018
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Feb 23 2018
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Feb 23 2018
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Feb 23 2018
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Feb 23 2018
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Feb 13 2018
Professor Meagan Mauter runs the Water and Energy Efficiency for the Environment (WE3Lab) program at Carnegie Mellon University and is jointly…
Feb 13 2018
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Feb 13 2018
Technology has come a long way since 1995. That is why Central Arkansas Water (CAW) has seen numerous benefits from its new SCADA system. The upgrade…
Feb 13 2018
The city of St. Cloud, Minn., straddles the Mississippi River near the center of the state a little more than 65 miles north of the twin cities of…
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