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Archive for March, 2014

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The Effect of Expectations on Efficiency

Written by Erik Hromadka

Technology in the water industry changes slowly, but rapidly growing consumer technology is setting expectations for greater efficiency and less waste. As we all become increasingly comfortable with technology, we also increase our expectations of what it can do for us.

Though the water industry is traditionally conservative in this regard, the relationship between its technology and efficiency cannot be ignored.

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When It Comes to Your Business, Who’s Manning the Scoreboard?

Written by Alan Hinchman

shutterstock_62735353With spring comes baseball.  With baseball comes a multitude of familiar things from sunflower seeds to bad calls by the ump.  One other consistent thing, at least for me, is the old scoreboard at our town baseball diamond. When the older boys play, some of the younger teams man the scoreboard. 

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Water’s Crucial Role in Global Growth

Written by Marco Annunziata

polluted_waterThe role of water in economic growth is manifold yet dangerously minimized in our minds. Water offers crucial support in three key areas: agriculture, energy, and health. Its contribution to the energy sector, however, is often overlooked in favor of more prominent energy sources such as oil and gas.

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Is Snowmaking a Necessity?

Written by Jill Burdette

shutterstock_125246717So far this year, the weather and the Sochi Olympics have been the leading headlines for news agencies, and social media trending topics. I, like many others, watched as the Winter Olympic teams skied down the slopes, often in not-so-good conditions, and cheered on my favorite athlete.

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