Feb 03, 2020

February 2020

What does water mean to you? This is a question that is echoed throughout this issue of WQP and was prominent on my mind during a recent trip to the Chicago Field Museum of Natural History. If you read my column regularly, then you may have noticed that…
Harvesting rainwater may not solve all of the world’s water problems, but what it can do when combined with a complete water supply strategy is provide an alternative source of freshwater for daily consumption while also relieving some of the demand…
When did you learn the value of water? Was it a value instilled in you growing up or did you learn it by being confronted with a lack? Maybe you learned it through a drought or water main break, or maybe you learned it in a classroom. One nonprofit,…
Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection technology is a growing topic in the water treatment field. With new applications, certifications and design concepts, UV technology is constantly evolving. For decades, UV disinfection has been done with a conventional…
A little over a year ago, the Lamplight Digital Media team partnered with a client who owns a water treatment dealership in California. They had a problem. When they totaled up their marketing spend for the past quarter and divided it by every lead that…
With more than 300 million visits to recreational water sites each year, it is no surprise that swimming is one of America’s most popular activities. Swimming is fun for people of all ages and a great way to keep healthy.  According to the Pool and Hot…
Brave Blue World is an engaging new documentary about how humanity is adopting new technologies and innovations to re-think water management. WQP Associate Editor Cristina Tuser asked Brave Blue World Executive Producer Paul O’Callaghan about the…
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