From the Editor

  1. California Slaps $500 Fine On Water Wasters
    7/25/2014

    California is getting serious about punishing water wasters.

  2. More Evidence That Fracking May Cause Earthquakes
    7/24/2014

    New research adds support to the alleged link between fracking and earthquakes. 

  3. New Tech May Make Desalination Cheaper, Greener
    7/24/2014

    A new kind of desalination technology could make the process cheaper and greener. 

  4. Will Lawns Of The Future Be Drought-Resistant?
    7/24/2014

    One more tool in the water scarcity survival arsenal: free drought-resistant lawns. 

  5. Social Media Stokes Ratepayer Grievances
    7/23/2014

    Homeowners in Wake Forest, NC, say contaminated tap water may have made them ill, and it appears that infrastructure upgrades could be to blame. 

  6. The Growing Relationship Between Mining And The Water Sector
    7/23/2014

    Global mining is emerging as a key sales channel for water players. Bluefield Research is forecasting the global mining sector’s capital investment in water solutions to grow to $17 billion in 2019. 

  7. Why Engineers Can’t Solve The Water Shortage With Supply-Side Solutions
    7/23/2014

    We are at the point where there is precious little left to dig or dam or drain or pump, and we are going to have a problem explaining that us engineers don’t have all the answers. 

  8. More Than 70% Content With Tap Water Worldwide
    7/22/2014

    The U.S. ranked 22nd in the list of countries that are most satisfied with the quality of their tap water. 

  9. Coca-Cola Installing Clean Water Tech In Mexican Schools
    7/22/2014

    Coca-Cola is making an effort to provide clean water to schoolchildren in Mexico.

  10. Frost Protection: Water Regulators Vs Farmers
    7/22/2014

    The California courts handed water regulators a big win in June on the question of how farmers divert water during the wintertime. 

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