When Politics Spells Eventual Death To Water

As long as I have been solving water problems there has been one, consistent danger to our drinking water. It isn’t chromium. lead, fracking, drilling, or any such threat. The biggest threat to water is that leaders and citizens remain oblivious to science, oblivious to nature, and only car about water when a crisis happens. For decades man has known that rain in California comes in big does, with a…

How Does Industry Measure Water Quality?

One of the least understood aspects of water is the measurement of quality. In it’s pure form, water has no contaminants in it. You might be surprised to find out that pure water is not natural. It doesn’t exist anywhere in nature; it can only be produced by machines; and because it refuses to remain pure for even a nanosecond, it is very complicated and expensive to keep pure water,…

$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…