It’s a brand new year, and that means everyone is looking forward, setting resolutions and goals on how they — and their businesses — will seize opportunities in 2015.
As we do each January, the editors of WQP asked several industry professionals to provide their thoughts on the year ahead in the 2015 Industry Forecast.
Change is all around us, and being able to adapt to that change is key to business success, whether that means integrating new technologies or accommodating new regulations and certification requirements. The coming year is likely to bring plenty of change to the water quality industry, but these changes will bring opportunity.
WQP asked three industry experts to share their thoughts on the changes and trends that will affect the industry in 2015. From new regulations to evolving customer needs, there will be plenty of chances for our industry to adapt and find success.
Company continues efforts on source water protection planning, alternate water sources, early warning monitoring systems and emergency customer notification
One year after the Freedom Industries chemical spill that impacted the regional water system in the Kanawha Valley of West Virginia, West Virginia American Water officials released a statement saying that water systems across the state are better protected due to the heightened community awareness to protect drinking water sources and the environmental protections added by the West Virginia Legislature’s passage of the