$300 Billion And It’s Just The Beginning

Once again our focus points to America’s aging water infrastructure. The article at hand projects that our aging distribution/piping system will require $300 billion over the coming years to maintain our ability to deliver water to consumers. The good news of course, as we learned before, every $1 of investment into water infrastructure results in $4 of overall economic growth. Therefore, if we fix our aging distribution network we will…

Nitin Jayram Gadkari – A Good Water Grabber

I have said many times that when it comes to water, man thinks way too small to have the impact necessary to solve our growing and future water needs. In California for instance, where water is available in abundance, Governor Jerry Brown forces usage restrictions and dumps away billions of gallons of fresh drinking water rather than build sorely needed additional reservoir capacity to collect the bounty of water the…

Water Treatment – My Journey Continues – Happy Thanksgiving!

I have lamented that mega-companies like Siemens (Now Evoqua), GE and others have, for years floundered in a water treatment marketplace that booms, year-after-year, decade-after-decade, and will continue long out into the future. Today, I met with ownership and contractors to lay out a new Water Is The New Gold 40 gpm RO system for a beverage industry client. As it turned out I was high bidder, and as it…