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FROM THE EDITOR

  • The Path To Innovation In Water: How New Technology Companies Inspire Progress
    5/22/2024

    What drives the water and wastewater sector to new frontiers of innovation and capability? A roundtable of industry leaders brings light to the topic.

  • From Scarcity To Stewardship To Sustainability
    5/2/2024
    Every drop of water counts, but when we talk about our collective conservation efforts for the greater good, it's natural to think about high-volume users. Those users are generally on the industrial side of things — agriculture, of course; the energy industry, with its intractable relationship to water; and also the food and beverage industry. Thankfully, there are leaders in these spaces who not only understand the need for sustainable water management — they pioneer it.
  • Testing The (Storm)Waters
    3/7/2024
    Heavy rains in California prove the worthiness of the "sponge city" concept.
  • Water Trends, Now And Then
    1/10/2024

    Even though this edition of Water Innovations looks forward into 2024, I’d like to use this space to look back on trends within the water and wastewater industry in 2023. We’ve just begun 2024 — and we’re still in the thick of 2023’s issues, since they didn’t get resolved with the turning of the calendar. Furthermore, recent challenges inform future trends, as policy and technologies are devised and improved to confront the most pressing needs of the day.

  • Free Will And Cybersecurity
    11/3/2023
    Even with federal regulations mandating action for municipal water and wastewater systems unfinished, the commitment to protect the public should compel utilities to improve cybersecurity.