Drinking Water Week (May 3-9) is an annual celebration that was developed by the American Water Works Association to recognize... View Article
By Water Street – May 4, 2020 – Comment
Often emergency events can provide scammers an opportunity to make money, especially in the utility sector. In the past, during peak times of events such as hurricanes, earthquakes or other natural disasters, scammers have posed as utility companies, on the phone and in person, threatening shutoffs in order to get vulnerable parties to pay up…. View Article
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New data recently published by the World Resources Institute states that 17 countries are currently under “extremely high-water stress.” Now,... View Article
This summer, people worldwide are looking back to 1969—spurred by celebrations of the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s historic walk... View Article
It’s little wonder that the Irrigation Association chose July for its annual Smart Irrigation Month campaign. After all, just think... View Article
4th of July fireworks—bright, brilliant and as American as baseball and apple pie. Unfortunately, while millions of people “ooh and... View Article