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Now is your chance to ask! This year, instead of selecting just one Dealer of the Year, we will be recognizing all 10 Dealers of the Month from 2016 as the Top Dealers class of 2016 in a special section in...

This week, it's been hard to avoid the latest water quality news - from mainstream media outlets to my Facebook feed, everyone is talking about the Environmental Working Group's (EWG) latest report on...

The southeast U.S. is busy preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Matthew, which already has caused the deaths of 15 people and massive destruction as it swept across the Caribbean. According to...

If you've ever been to the French Quarter in New Orleans, then you know the smell - the aroma of stale beer, vomit and fried food that permeates Bourbon Street and the surrounding lanes. The smell is enhanced, no doubt, by the tepid, grey puddles of water that seems to be everywhere in the...

It's a topic that has come up at many a water treatment industry event: Many water treatment professionals are reaching retirement age. This fact brings up several conundrums: How do we attract younger people to the water industry? How can veteran water treatment professionals pass their...

The number of women involved in the water industry is growing - and we want to hear more about these women!

In the past, I have blogged about the changing demographics of our traditionally male-dominated industry,...

In drought-prone states like Arizona, nature and weather are forcing environmental agencies and utilities to turn to alternative solutions to ensure a steady water supply. This week, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality...

Oh, how California’s water fortunes have turned. Just less than two years ago, in April 2015, Gov. Jerry Brown stood in an empty brown field—a field that usually was stacked with 5 or more ft of snow at that time of year—and ...