LABOR RESOURCES FOR UTILITY MANAGERS
Utilities Pass The Ultimate Test
The water and wastewater industry proved its resilient and essential nature in the face of a world crisis.
Innovation During A Pandemic
Many of us get comfortable in our routines. With the pandemic throwing routine out the window, life has become a little like it did for the characters in the parable, Who Moved My Cheese? For those who haven’t read it, Spencer Johnson’s book is a great lesson about adapting to change. Two characters in the book take their situation (a large pile of cheese) for granted; and, when the cheese pile disappears, they curse the world for its unfairness.
Water Use Patterns Provide A Sense Of Normalcy
From his perch in the control center at Denver Water, Phil Malone watches the city shift and stir, shaking off the night’s slumber.
Danish Utility Increases Leak Detection During COVID-19
While many people have been working from home, the Greater Copenhagen utility HOFOR has invested in tools to boost their efforts related to leak detection. With simple guidelines and new equipment, the employees have found the silver lining of an otherwise bad situation by collecting data for asset management.
Global Impacts Of COVID-19 On Water Consulting Sector
The post-COVID era will see many changes in how the water profession operates. This article is an attempt to provide an overview of possible impacts on the water industry and the potential ways for sector recovery as nations deal with the disease at several levels.
COVID-19 Is A Chance To Invest In Our Essential Infrastructure Workforce
Even as the COVID-19 pandemic keeps millions of people home and many businesses shuttered for social distancing, up to 62 million essential workers are still reporting to their jobs in hospitals, grocery stores, and other critical industries. They are on the frontlines against the coronavirus, vital to our public health and economic survival.
Rural Water Association Answers Call To Disinfect COVID-19 Exposed Facility
I want to shine a light on a Delaware organization that stepped up in a crucial time of need. The Delaware Rural Water Association (DRWA) has emerged as Delaware’s leader in providing on-site technical assistance and specialized training for rural water and wastewater systems.
What We Know About Coronavirus And Water Treatment
During these challenging times, we want to be clear about what we know about coronavirus and water treatment. The obligations of the drinking water and wastewater treatment sector to the public and our workforce is not put on hold when new contaminants entering our systems come with unknowns.
Meet The Influencer Who Organized A Well-Known Waterworks Company
No one follows her on social media, yet she’s clearly a woman of influence. She has been described as a person of “keen business discernment,” someone respected for her “good judgment, common sense and foresight.” She is Sarah Charlotte Blair, whose idea to organize an iron pipe foundry in the South led to the formation of AMERICAN Cast Iron Pipe Company in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1905. John J. Eagan – a proponent of the Golden Rule in industry – was the company’s first president.
Environmental Quality Of Life And Social Distancing
Social distancing is one solution that will to allow for a “flattening” of the curve of COVID-19 (coronavirus). This is something each of us can do to help contribute to the timeliest reduction of this pandemic and speed the passing of this virus. It’s a major challenge as manufacturers: How can we adjust to do our part?