Tag: Blog

A blog (a truncation of the expression weblog) is a discussion or informational site published on the World Wide Web and consisting of discrete entries (“posts”) typically displayed in reverse chronological order (the most recent post appears first).

“Down a Path of Wasteful and Counterproductive Action”

“Down a Path of Wasteful and Counterproductive Action”

As we look back on 2017, we’ve certainly had an interesting year.  Before we close the books on 2017, let’s revisit MSW Management’s top posts for the year.

This blog post received more comments than any other MSW Management post published in 2017.


Everyone Having Anything to do with Waste and Recycling Should Read

Revisiting the Flint Fiasco

Revisiting the Flint Fiasco

Before we close the books on 2017, we thought that it would be interesting to revisit some of Water Efficiency’s top posts for the year.

This blog post received more comments than any other Water Efficiency post published in 2017.


Unprecedented Charges in Flint
While I feel a tremendous sense of responsibility to do

What Every Digital Desert City Needs

What Every Digital Desert City Needs

Before we close the books on 2017, let’s revisit Distributed Energy’s top posts for the year. This blog post received more comments than any other blog post published in 2017.
Brains, Brawn, and Bill Gates
Automation software, customizable networks, and data collection create energy savings.
Building energy costs are a significant expenditure for businesses and the

Duking It Out in Public and 50 Million Cubic Meters

Duking It Out in Public and 50 Million Cubic Meters

As we look back on 2017, we’ve certainly had an interesting year.  Let’s revisit a few more of Erosion Control’s  top posts for the year.

The following blog post was our most commented EC blog.
Duking It Out in Public
Where do you stand on climate change? Is the issue settled? Do you think there are

The Groundwater Problem

The Groundwater Problem

We’ve talked a lot about drought in the US, and although it seems to be lessening in many areas, we’re still drawing heavily on groundwater for irrigation and drinking water supplies—so much so that the ground is subsiding.

We’re not alone, however, and as this article describes, the Middle East—particularly

Battling Invasive Species

Battling Invasive Species

When William Shakespeare introduced the starling into his play Henry IV more than 400 years ago, he recognized the bird’s moderately annoying qualities by imagining it tormenting its host with the repetition of a single utterance—over and over and over. However, he certainly could have had no concept that his

The Twin Cities Versus the Invaders from Planet Earth

The Twin Cities Versus the Invaders from Planet Earth

When William Shakespeare introduced the starling into his play Henry IV more than 400 years ago, he recognized the bird’s moderately annoying qualities by imagining it tormenting its host with the repetition of a single utterance—over and over and over. However, he certainly could have had no concept that his

The First Domino Falls

The First Domino Falls

Here’s something you never think about that I’m going to make you think about. Falling dominoes. I’m talking about those gigantic kinetic displays that show thousands of dominoes standing side by side in a row, in a spiral, in a circle, in a pattern, and even in multi-level structures. You

Deep Secrets

Deep Secrets

In the past weeks and months, I’ve realized, I have spent a lot of time on this blog writing about nasty things in our waterways: invasive species in the Great Lakes, algae blooms in the Gulf of Mexico and the Chesapeake Bay, scary-looking critters expanding their territory as ocean temperatures

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