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  1. CEO One-On-One: Key Industrial Market Trends

    As CEO of Nijhuis Industries, Menno Holterman has the opportunity to experience water challenges across the globe. Nijhuis, founded in 1904 and headquartered in the Netherlands, provides consultancy, design & build, maintenance, and operational services for industrial and municipal wastewater projects on every continent.

  2. How IPR Can Keep California Out Of Drought

    An award-winning reuse project in California demonstrates the state’s lasting interest in changing the way we treat water resources.

  3. Applying Research Locally For Nutrient Removal, Resource Recovery, And More

    The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation recently offered two workshops at the Florida Water Resources Conference 2017 showing the applicability of its research findings in Florida. 

  4. Report Identifies Ways To Reduce Water Contamination From Oil And Gas Development In Texas

    A new report from the Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas (TAMEST) is shedding more light on what we know and don’t know about the potential health and environmental impacts caused by oil and gas development in Texas.

  5. Just Like Social Causes, Environmentalism Is About Putting People First

    The 85th Texas Regular Legislative Session has drawn to a close. Now that we've had some time to digest what went down (and get some sleep), we can reflect. There is no doubt: This was a very hard Session. Emotions were high and lives were at stake.

  6. Putting Mussel Behind Treatment Plant Filtration

    Unbeknownst to many, a tiny nuisance to treatment operations gathers in clusters under the nation’s waters. They multiply at a staggering rate, jamming intake pipes and disrupting the daily work of plants. They are non-native disruptors known as zebra and quagga mussels.

  7. Sharing 3 Innovative Water Quality Resilience Practices

    A recent webinar from the U.S. EPA presented samples from the agency’s database on innovative state water agency practices that can help improve quality resilience in the face of climate change.

  8. Keep It Clean In The Hot Tub

    With Memorial Day just around the corner, millions of homeowners are pulling the covers off their hot tubs, filling them up and getting ready for summertime relaxation. Hot tubs provide relaxation, ease aches and pains, relax sore muscles, or even — in the case of swim spas — work those muscles instead. 

  9. And We’re Off! Smart Water Tips To Help Make Sure You Don’t Lag Behind

    The Farmers’ Almanac expects summer temperatures in the eastern U.S. to “arrive right out of the gate with unseasonably hot and dry weather.” The Almanac is also predicting the northeast’s first official week of summer to “bring a spell of hot weather with many 90-degree temperatures and even one or two spots breaking 100 degrees.” Even as I write this — one week before the unofficial start of summer — temperatures in the northeast have topped 90 degrees for three consecutive days and rain has been sparse.

  10. Fighting Arsenic Contamination At The Source

    A genetic tool has been developed to help water systems understand the root cause of arsenic contamination.