Coronavirus COVID-19

In winter 2019 into spring 2020, the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, swept across the globe killing thousands. It spread across the globe resulting in the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring the virus a global pandemic. As countries across the world declared lockdowns and shelter in place orders to slow the spread of the virus, water quality professionals were declared "essential personnel" and continued to work tirelessly to bring safe drinking water to their customers. 

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Mar 11 2021
Editor's Note: This article has been updated to reflect changes to the passage of the stimulus package. On March 11, U.S. President Joe Biden signed…
Mar 5 2021
As someone who regularly travels professionally under normal circumstances, it is startling to realize that it has been almost a year since my last…
Feb 26 2021
A collaboration between Oklahoma State University and the National Groundwater Association aims to address a projected shortfall of geoscience…
Feb 1 2021
The spread of COVID-19 has caused the closure and recommissioning of buildings and increased the adaptive reuse of space in the healthcare,…
Feb 1 2021
A fire in Tuluksak, Alaska, destroyed the village’s washateria and water plant building. This was the community’s only source of clean, running water…
Feb 1 2021
Reimagine Our Future Frank A. Brigano, Ph.D., Industry Advisor & Principal, Brigano Consulting LLC, [email protected] No doubt 2020 was a…
Lauren Del Ciello
Lauren Del Ciello, WQP Managing Editor
Feb 1 2021
Welcome to the new year, readers. As I wrote in my last editorial letter, 2021 certainly does not represent a silver bullet to remedy the problems of…
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