WATER INNOVATIONS CURRENT ISSUE

WASTEWATER

UTILITY MANAGEMENT

  • Let’s Work Together To Fix Regulatory Guidance

    Responsible parties all want clean water and to abide by the rules that secure it, but what if the rules do more harm than good? With a recent Supreme Court decision on wastewater discharges and a change of presidential administrations as the backdrop, this op-ed from the National Ground Water Association addresses the conundrum.

  • The Hidden Workforce Transition Underway

    As water system owners contemplate retirement, they should also ponder the fate of their businesses and the options available for the transition of assets.

  • The Retirement Wave Is Coming: How Will Your Utility Manage?

    Digital transformation, but also diversity and inclusion, will be essential for recruiting the next generation of utility workers.

INFRASTRUCTURE

SOURCE WATER

DRINKING WATER

REVENUE METERING

MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL

REUSE

ACE INNOVATION

  • Pride And Joy: Water Leadership Defined

    Despite overseeing our most precious resource, water professionals often go unnoticed, and hence unappreciated. To that end, it’s my pleasure to highlight the efforts, accomplishments, and insights of industry leaders such as Joy Eldridge, chair of the California-Nevada Section of the American Water Works Association.

WEFTEC INNOVATION

  • EPA Reveals The Key To Clean Water

    Water and wastewater treatment plant operators may not always love regulators, but they should love what the U.S. EPA water chief had to say about them. Speaking at the “BusinessH20 Water Innovation Summit” in September, the EPA’s assistant administrator for water, Dave Ross, referred to those who clean our country’s drinking water and wastewater as “silent, everyday unsung heroes.” While not as celebrated as others who dedicate themselves to public service, such as police officers, firefighters, and teachers, they are every bit as essential — if not more so.