$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…

Trump – Walking In A Water Wonderland!

Whether he knows it or not, and I am doing my part to make him aware of it, Donald Trump is sitting on the largest economic development bounty that America has experienced since the Industrial revolution. That bounty sits untapped amid America’s future need of fresh, bountiful water. As I have mentioned before, water.org has documented that for every $1 spent on water projects, $4 or more of new economic…

Protecting Groundwater? Impossible!

If you live in a community that depends on groundwater, and if your sustainability plan is founded on maintaining and protecting the quality of your aquifer, then you have set yourself up for eventual failure. It is important to understand that the water quality of our aquifers is constantly deteriorating. There is little we can do to slow this, and nothing we can do to stop it. Gradually, and eventually…