Water

A Cascading Failure

A Cascading Failure

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More than a decade ago, federal and state officials and some of California’s largest water agencies dismissed concerns that the spillway at Oroville Dam could erode during heavy winter rains. But on February 12, more than 185,000 people were evacuated from areas downstream of the dam, because of concern over its structural  … Read More

A Gradual Atlantis

A Gradual Atlantis

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Among researchers who study the potential effects of rising sea levels, and among the city planners in coastal areas who are actively trying to come up with viable plans for their communities, the idea of retreat is catching on. The alternative is to build physical defenses—costly sea walls, levees, or  … Read More

Efficiency is En Vogue

Efficiency is En Vogue

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It takes about three years’ worth of drinking water—about 713 gallons—to make your favorite cotton T-shirt according to Kirsten James of Ceres. James recently toured New Fashion Products, a Los Angeles textile supplier, and discovered just how essential water is to the apparel industry’s supply chain—from growing plant fibers like  … Read More

Tastes Like Chicken

Tastes Like Chicken

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How serious are we about curbing water consumption and avoiding the water-quality problems large-scale agricultural operations can bring? Here’s a test.

Fifty years ago, the world’s population consumed only about one-quarter the amount of meat that it does today. Globally, agriculture accounts for about 92% of our water footprint, and  … Read More

Another Look at Public-Private Partnerships

Another Look at Public-Private Partnerships

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Recently Laura Sanchez, the editor of our sister publication Water Efficiency, questioned whether private investment in public works projects is helpful or harmful. As she discusses here, the much-needed infusion of capital from private sources is, in many cases, offset by rate hikes and the loss of control a public  … Read More

Stormwater – Reader Favorites

Stormwater – Reader Favorites

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Listed below are the top Editor blogs, Reader Favorite articles, and Stormwater magazine articles for you to enjoy. This list is curated based on reader views, search traffic, email click-through, and most commented articles.

Bookmark this page so you will always have quick access to Forester Media’s top Stormwater content.  … Read More

Mend the Roof While the Sun Is Shining

Mend the Roof While the Sun Is Shining

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For quite a few years now, and especially since Hurricane Sandy in 2012, communities along the East Coast of the US have been preparing for the ever-larger storms that we’re told we can expect. Many attribute the coming increase in the size and frequency of hurricanes to climate change, but  … Read More

Water Efficiency—Reader Favorites

Water Efficiency—Reader Favorites

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Listed below are the top Editor Blogs, Reader Favorite articles, and Water Efficiency magazine articles for you to enjoy. This list is curated based on reader views, search traffic, e-mail click-through, and most commented articles.  … Read More

Solutions for Aging Water Infrastructure

Solutions for Aging Water Infrastructure

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The pipelines that municipalities use to deliver drinking water to their residents take a beating. Large cities pump tens of millions of gallons of water to their customers every day. And many of the pipes that municipalities rely on to transport drinking water and treat wastewater are coated with decadesworth  … Read More

Why More Utilities Are Implementing AMR/AMI

Why More Utilities Are Implementing AMR/AMI

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The implementation of AMR/AMI has grown consistently by more than 20% annually among water utilities nationwide. However, no matter how outdated a metering system may be, changing to something new and different can be a difficult adjustment forutility companies and customers alike.  … Read More

Advanced Stormwater Treatment: Dissolved Pollutants

Advanced Stormwater Treatment: Dissolved Pollutants

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Did you know that on average in stormwater, 45% of the phosphorus load and ~50% of the metal load (cadmium, copper, zinc, etc.) is present in dissolved form? And unfortunately, most of these dissolved pollutants travel downstream to our receiving water bodies and wildlife untreated (thanks to physical treatments which  … Read More

Challenges of Urban Water Infrastructure

Challenges of Urban Water Infrastructure

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AT PRESENT, 80.7% OF the US population resides in urban areas (US Census Bureau 2012). Increased urbanization (paved areas and buildings) and urban population growth has exerted significant pressure on urban water demand and expansion of urban water infrastructure—i.e., potable water supplies, wastewater treatment and discharge, and urban stormwater runoff  … Read More

How Social is Your Utility?

How Social is Your Utility?

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An ever-increasing number of conversations and click-throughs, page-likes, and purchasing decisions are happening in the digital space today. 1.18 billion users log onto Facebook each day as active users, according to the platform’s analytics for November 2016. And according to Forbes magazine, 41% of US small businesses have chosen to  … Read More


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Filtrexx
35481 Grafton Eastern Rd
Grafton
OH
44044
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Thirsty Duck LP
2154 Duck Slough Blvd
Building 4, Suite 103
Trinity
FL
34655
Plastic Solutions Inc
Plastic Solutions Inc.
PO Box 4386
Winchester
VA
22604
Aclara-Logo
Aclara
945 Hornet Drive
Hazelwood
MO
63042
AdEdge
AdEdge Technologies
5152 Belle Wood Court
Suites A & B
Buford
GA
30518
Cultec
Cultec, Inc.
878 Federal Rd
P.O. Box 280
Brookfield
Connecticut
06804
Badger Meter
Badger Meter
4545 W. Brown Deer Road
Milwaukee
WI
53224
IN SITU Inc
IN-SITU, Inc.
221 E Lincoln Ave.
Ft. Collins
CO
80524
ModularWetlands
Modular Wetlands
2972 San Luis Rey Road
Oceanside
CA
Neptune Technology Group Inc
1600 Alabama Highway 229
Tallassee
AL
36078
Oldcastle Stormwater Solutions KriStar
7921 Southpark Plaza, Suite 200
Littleton
CO
80120
Prinsco
Prinsco
1717 16th Street NE
Willmar
MN
56201

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