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Digital transformation is slowly gaining traction in the water industry. Digitization has been slow in some utility companies due to the uncertainties and myths around emerging technologies and rigidity by some industry players. Like other sectors, the…
As some of you may have heard, in April, Endeavor Business Media acquired the Scranton Gillette Communications Infrastructure Group, which includes Water Quality Products, along with Storm Water Solutions and Water & Wastes Digest. This acquisition…
Access to clean water is essential for life. But in South Africa, there are communities still facing considerable water access challenges. There are many reasons for this growing water crisis including rapid population growth and climate change, and a…
In Ghana’s Northern Region, families obtain water by taking buckets to the local water source and back home. That water source, however, has been contaminated with human and animal waste. In 2008, Kate Cincotta founded the non-profit Saha Global, for…
Water treatment is an essential service in today’s society. However, at the facilities that handle it, the focus goes beyond factors like productivity and quality. It extends to sustainability, too. Many people are increasingly concerned about how to…
Water is an essential natural resource that we cannot take for granted. Growing demand for water, increasing water scarcity and the degradation of water quality have forced water to the forefront of agricultural, commercial and ecological discussion.…
Serving as the guiding principles across various industries and sectors, regulations aim to keep individuals, the public and the environment safe. Sometimes, regulatory red tape creates unnecessary obstacles for the private sector in an effort to comply…
One dreary February afternoon I came across four Girl Scouts standing outside the local hardware store, smiling and eager to sell cookies. I was a Girl Scout Leader for 15 years, holding multiple roles within the Girl Scout Community, so I always try to…
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