Your browser (Internet Explorer 6) is out of date. It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites. Learn how to update your browser.
X

Archive for October, 2012

Post

How Do You Talk About Water?

Written by Chris Peacock

We are seeing a change in the national discussion around water with those who currently serve the water industry and new entrants. Identifying how we value water has been a discussion for some time. Attempting to understand where new sources of water will come from has also been discussed for awhile.

Read More >
Post

Stay Informed About Water this Election Season

Written by Jill Burdette

We all know that it’s election time, how can we not? Commercials, interviews, debates, and news articles all talk about the campaign and key initiatives.

We hear about many important issues, including healthcare, clean energy, energy independence, and the economy. We talk about the future of our children and their children, and what lies ahead for them.

Read More >
Post

No Thanks, I’ll Drink from the Tap

Written by Terry Biederman

I was at a meeting a couple of weeks ago and had filled a glass of tap water to drink during one of the breaks. A perplexed person came up to me and offered me a bottle of water to drink instead of my tap water saying that it was much better for me than tap water. 

Read More >
Post

What’s In Your Water?

Written by Martin Byars

Live from WEFTEC®, the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference, we have Martin Byars blogging about clean water.

Do you know what remains in tap water when it reaches your home? Did you know that a natural laxative can occur in the water you drink every day?

Read More >
Post

Situational Awareness in a World of Data Overload

Written by Kyle Reissner

In talking with a water utility in Texas recently, one consistent theme I heard from both operators and managers is that they don’t lack data to run their operations. In fact, they are consistently bombarded with so much real-time information that it’s hard to understand everything and make a good decision.

Read More >