Memphis’ Water Example – How Not To Do It

Citations throughout my blog and worldwide for that matter, document just how economically powerful water infrastructure is. Water.Org describes that every dollar of investment in infrastructure results in 4 dollars of economic benefit. Logically, new infrastructure means new jobs, new tax revenue, and new businesses coming to take advantage of the water bounty. Once again, enter my hometown Memphis as a perfect example of how to behave irresponsibly and foolishly.…

Sustainability – Memphis Water and Yours

Today’s post is short and has a pointed message. Every community in America now has folks looking much closer at water. While this is a good thing, there is great peril in our looking at the wrong things. Often, in our zeal to protect our water, we focus on the more emotional issues and continue to fail at grasping the bigger, long-term picture. I have an Op-Ed piece in today’s…

Hard Water Problems – Electronics Industry

Today’s post is a bit of an egghead post and stems from a question I as asked on Quora. I thought it might be interesting for you more technically oriented readers and those wanting to know more about the wonderful world of water. So here we go. Hard water presents two different pathways of problems in the electronics industry.