The American Water Works Association recently announced that Boston Water and Sewer Commission of Boston, Mass. has won the 10th annual "Best of the Best" Tap Water Taste Test.
As a burgeoning, 20-something newcomer to the industry, I have gleaned more knowledge about water and wastewater than I ever anticipated since joining the WaterWorld staff last October.
University of Massachusetts doctoral student Joe Goodwill received AWWA's 2013 American Water Scholarship for his research in drinking water.
Doug Johnson discusses solutions to help utilities reduce energy costs, improve security, and empower their workforce.
Kim Dunn and Nick Bibich discuss advances in water quality analytics.
Experts from Emerson discuss solutions to help utilities reduce energy costs, improve security, and empower their workforce. Advances in water quality analytics also discussed.
Brian Gunderson from Reed Manufacturing Company describes their latest ductile pipe cutters, drilling machines and four-in-one wrenches.
Joe Webb discusses SIGMA's established history serving the water and wastewater market as well as the company's new Hydrotec trench drain system for managing stormwater and runoff.
Phoenix Contact's PT-IQ surge protection device offers multi-stage remote monitoring, ideal for SCADA systems typical in water/wastewater systems.
Richard Horta from Canary Labs shares his insights on data collection trends he's seeing in the water industry today.
Mike Hively discusses the Tideflex Mixing System, which can greatly improve the quality of drinking water in finished water storage reservoirs.
Dr. Lampe highlights his portion of Black & Veatch's new report on strategic directions in the US water industry. Specifically, integrated water resource planning is discussed.