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Different Flavors for Different Uses: A One Water Framework for American Infrastructure

With drought in the southwest, flooding in the southeast and midwest, and climate change related disasters threatening the east coast, America’s water supply today feels uncertain,...

September 12, 2020
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The Next Frontier: Digitization of US Water and Wastewater Infrastructure

When we think about how to design, build, and operate the next generation of more resilient United States’ water infrastructure, one of the key opportunities, that will differentiate...

August 10, 2020
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The Next Bacterial Concern: Legionella and Premise Plumbing

Life in 2020 has been upended by a series of turbulent events – most notably the COVID-19 pandemic and widespread social protests spreading across America – leading to widespread...

July 13, 2020
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COVID-19, Epidemiology, and the Wastewater Industry

Over the last several months, the rise and spread of COVID-19 has simultaneously overrun health care systems, taken lives, and shut down the world’s most robust national economies....

June 1, 2020
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Death, Taxes & Natural Monopolies

Every middle school teacher in America has stood in front of a group of students and delivered the old Benjamin Franklin adage that “the only things guaranteed in life are death...

February 19, 2019
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The Great Kansas Aqueduct: Solution or Folly from a Bygone Era?

The United States has long been known as a country willing to take gigantic risks in order to build innovative infrastructure for future generations. The Transcontinental Railroad...

November 6, 2018
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Op-Ed: L.A.’s stormwater is so filthy it’s illegal. Measure W would clean it up

When rain comes to Los Angeles, a certain kind of relief sets in. The land springs to life. The dust and grit and oil slick, accumulated over a summer of dry weather, gets washed...

October 22, 2018
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The Great Midwestern Overdraft

The last 10 years have given rise to considerable consternation as to future water availability in the Western and Midwestern United States. Due to climate change as well as cyclical...

April 2, 2018
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Demography is Destiny: The Looming Wave Of Retirements In The Water And Wastewater Industry

It’s a foregone conclusion that operators are on their way out at utilities across the country, yet the workload remains and could even intensify. When it comes to preserving talent,...

January 24, 2018
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A Distributed Water Revolution

It is a common missive in today’s water industry that we have let our water infrastructure decay to a point of imminent failure. Nearly every article in industry magazines today...

December 20, 2017
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Water Incubators & The Entrepreneurial Valley of Death

The water industry has long been considered one of the least innovative, most lethargic industries in the world. The reasons given for this particular reputation vary based upon...

October 18, 2017
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Op-Ed: The ludicrous plan to pump Mojave water to L.A.

In 1992, prospectors in Los Angeles hatched an idea for a new water supply that was improbable and speculative, even by Southern California standards. Far off in the Mojave Desert,...

May 21, 2017
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Different Flavors for Different Uses: A One Water Framework for American Infrastructure
The Next Frontier: Digitization of US Water and Wastewater Infrastructure
The Next Bacterial Concern: Legionella and Premise Plumbing
COVID-19, Epidemiology, and the Wastewater Industry
Death, Taxes & Natural Monopolies
The Great Kansas Aqueduct: Solution or Folly from a Bygone Era?
Op-Ed: L.A.’s stormwater is so filthy it’s illegal. Measure W would clean it up
The Great Midwestern Overdraft
Demography is Destiny: The Looming Wave Of Retirements In The Water And Wastewater Industry
A Distributed Water Revolution
Water Incubators & The Entrepreneurial Valley of Death
Op-Ed: The ludicrous plan to pump Mojave water to L.A.
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