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…

Wastewater Pipline – Good For The Mississippi River?

Recently there was an announcement made that a waste-water pipeline carrying as much as 3 million gallons per day of factory waste water as well as another 1/2 million gallons of sewage plant discharge was approved to empty into the Mississippi River,just east of Memphis. Activists and citizens are now up in arms with concerns about irresponsible pollution of our natural resources. Once again however, these protests not only lack…

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.…