By Jim Lauria
Sensorship in the water sector is an issue of growing importance, something that will touch all of us right where we live.
I don’t mean censorship. (We in the water industry are free to say whatever we want, and even to criticize the sorry state of our nation’s water infrastructure, which is leaking away precious resources and positioning us for disaster.) I mean sensorship—the increasing importance of monitoring all aspects of our water supply in an effort to manage it more effectively.