World Water Day – Wastewater

The world will be atwitter today talking about wastewater. Water is becoming precious and in some places, so scarce that water we once considered as disposable, dirty, and useless, is now being looked at as a resource from which we can extract clean water. Technically speaking, harvesting clean water out of wastewater is nothing new. Much of the technology is age-old, tried-and-true staple equipment and really the only thing determining…

How Potent Is The Rain?

Just a short post today, but yet, a big one. With all the talk of drought and water shortages it’s good for us to stop and take a look at just how much water he have, and how little of it we capture and take advantage of. Everyone has witnessed the rivers of water running down the streets during a good rain. Rainwater or storm-water if you will, represents a…

Water Solutions – Will People Ever Listen?

I have written before that the only Global Water Crises are those caused by man. I maintain that there is more water than we know what to do with, or more importantly, more water than we choose to deal with. I wrote 2 years ago that there was no drought problem out West, only a poor water management issue. So was I right? You tell me. A year ago an…