From the Editor

  1. Smart Metering Not An All Or Nothing Proposition
    12/19/2014

    Water utilities of all sizes face daunting challenges.  Small utilities face the same challenges as large utilities, but have to do more with less.

  2. Produced Water Treatment Facilities In Short Supply
    12/19/2014

    Hundreds of new disposal wells and wastewater facilities will be needed near shale sites to treat the anticipated explosion in produced water, according to wastewater treatment manager Brian Kait.

  3. Water Utility Workers Save Man From Drowning
    12/19/2014

    Two water department workers from Dallas, TX, recently became heroes when they saved a man from drowning.

  4. Colorado Has Water Reuse Ambitions, But Can It Get There?
    12/19/2014

    Colorado has big ambitions for water reuse, but many obstacles stand in the way.

  5. Protecting Your Drinking Water For 40 Years
    12/18/2014

    As I traveled across the country this year, there’s one thing I could count on everywhere I went: tap water that’s safe to drink.

  6. New Challenge: Put Technology To Work To Protect Drinking Water
    12/18/2014

    You likely remember when, this past summer, half a million people who live in the Toledo, Ohio, area were told not to drink the water coming out of their taps for several days. A state of emergency was declared because of a harmful algal bloom, which released toxins into the water that could have made many people ill.

  7. 21 Questions For The EPA
    12/18/2014

    To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), the U.S. EPA organized a Twitter chat (#safetodrink) as an open forum for questions and answers on SDWA issues, or whatever else popped up. Here's how it unfolded.

  8. Drinking Water Protection — Are We Doing It Right?
    12/17/2014

    “We have analytical instruments that can see things in astronomically small numbers, but are we looking for the right things?”

  9. Tech Upgrade: Texas City Installing Smart Meters
    12/17/2014

    A Texas city near Dallas, is overhauling its metering equipment in a $9 million move aimed at improving water management.

  10. Mining Wastewater: Startup Offers New Tech
    12/17/2014

    One man's trash could be another man's treasure, according to the Israeli startup Applied Cleantech.

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