From the Editor

  1. Matt Damon Wants You To 'Buy A Lady A Drink'
    1/23/2015

    Oscar-winner and A-list actor Matt Damon was at the Sundance Film Festival recently, and he used the platform not to announce his next movie role, but rather his latest initiative as co-founder of Water.org.

  2. Purple Pipes Vs. Indirect Potable Reuse
    1/23/2015

    Which is more essential to San Diego's water future: purple pipes or indirect potable reuse?

  3. New Tech Makes Sewage Valuable
    1/23/2015

    A new technology tested at a Scottish wastewater treatment plant turns sewage into pellets that can then be sold.

  4. Scientists Measure Reservoir Evaporation To Gauge Water Scarcity
    1/23/2015

    Scientists are trying out a new approach to drought and water scarcity monitoring: They are measuring how much water evaporates from reservoirs in order to provide a more accurate picture of how much water is available.

  5. State Of Utilities: The Obama Effect
    1/22/2015

    The annual State of the Union address was met with the typical Monday-morning quarterbacking from all sides, and while I have no interest in parsing President Obama’s performance, his strong statement on climate change is worth noting. What does it mean for water and wastewater professionals?

  6. St. Louis Sees Water As A Money Maker
    1/22/2015

    Can water become an economic engine for St. Louis?

  7. Small City Spends $18 Million On AMI System. Did It Pay Off?
    1/22/2015

    A few years ago, a town in North Carolina joined forces with SAS Institute and Aquastar technology to offer customers more data on their water consumption.

  8. Ice And Intake Valves Complicate Lake Erie Water Delivery
    1/22/2015

    A utility near Lake Erie struggled to deliver water because ice in the lake was blocking intake valves earlier this winter.

  9. WWEMA Window: 'Buy American' March To The Sea
    1/21/2015

    Many of you may have grown up in the decades where your perfectly reasonable teenage parental “ask” was met with the story of lemmings blindly following their leader over the cliff to their death at sea.

  10. Price Of Water Is Source Of Risk For Industry
    1/21/2015

    The risk that water scarcity poses to businesses is exacerbated by the challenge of pricing water, according to a recent commentary in Environmental Leader.

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