From the Editor

  1. Math Solutions: Pump Performance And Efficiency Calculations
    9/26/2014

    Water Online’s “Math Solutions” series, presented by wastewater consultant and trainer Dan Theobald (“Wastewater Dan”), instructs operators on Pump Performance and Efficiency calculations.

  2. Predicting The Worldwide Impact Of Water Scarcity On The Energy Sector
    9/26/2014

    As water is stretched and regulations around it tightened, the energy industry feels the burden. This can result in everything from reduced operations and higher costs for consumers to,in extreme cases, blackouts and gas and electricity shortages.

  3. Utilities Work To Go Off The Grid
    9/26/2014

    Some water utilities are working hard to become more energy efficient. 

  4. New Study Breaks Ground On Switchable Solvents
    9/26/2014

    A new study breaks ground on the separation of substances present in water. It may have implications for the development of sustainable technologies including more efficient water purification and desalination processes. 

  5. Recycled Water Becoming More Cost-Effective For Fracking
    9/26/2014

    Could technology make fracking wastewater less controversial? 

  6. Kissimmee River Debate: Should Water Be Protected Or Utilized?
    9/26/2014

    The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) wants to tap the Kissimmee River, but environmentalists have concerns about this proposal. 

  7. Is California Keeping Well Water Secrets?
    9/26/2014

    Is California keeping secrets about the status of its water quality?

  8. Did The EPA Craft Secret Maps For Water Takeover?
    9/25/2014

    A House Republican claims the EPA secretly drew detailed maps to support its alleged quest for greater control over U.S. waterways. The EPA says the claim doesn't hold water. 

  9. Water Infrastructure Upgrades: Where Will The Money Come From?
    9/25/2014

    As U.S. cities face huge costs for water infrastructure upgrades, it remains unclear where the money will come from to adequately address the problem.

  10. Innovation in Municipal Wastewater Pumping has Already Occurred … It Just Needs to be Recognized
    9/25/2014

    I have sold pumps and pumping systems into the municipal and other market segments for almost 40 years. I now find myself replacing those old, outdated pumps and controls.

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