Apr 03, 2012

Kate Cline

Kate Cline is editor-in-chief of WQP. Cline can be reached at [email protected] or 847.391.1007.

For months leading up to the Rio Olympic games, officials and athletes voiced concerns over the water quality in the city's waterways, where swimming…
The Detroit Free Press this week reported the latest update on Flint, Mich.: Criminal charges were filed against six Michigan state employees in…
It seems you can’t go anywhere without seeing bottled water these days—whether it’s at the office, a party or a trade show, bottled water is almost…
Ah, summer … a time of backyard barbecues, days at the pool and … algae blooms? Unfortunately, the season we usually associate with outdoor fun –…
When I first started working with WQP and its sister publications, Water & Wastes Digest and Storm Water Solutions, more then five years ago, one…
Mention the initials "DEA" and you'll probably conjure images of drug raids, bulletproof vests and bags of white powder - or at least that's what TV…
Spring has finally sprung here in the Chicago area. Flowers are blooming and trees are getting their leaves, and it's so nice to be able to to open…
The latest news on Flint is, unfortunately, not new - reports indicate that Flint's water still is not safe to drink. As they have for so many months…
In WQP, we have often covered rain barrels and the many benefits they offer – they help reduce the impact of storm water runoff and help homeowners…
By now, you have probably all heard the statistic: Worldwide, approximately 650 million people do not have access to a safe drinking water source.…
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