Tag: water price

Water pricing is a term that covers various processes to assign a price to water. These processes differ greatly under different circumstances.

Irrigating With Non-Potable Water

Irrigating With Non-Potable Water

Not so long ago, it seemed that there would always be plenty of fresh water to go around. Parents filled up and emptied inflatable swimming pools, children played in lawn sprinklers for hours, and cars were washed in driveways every Saturday without so much as a moment’s hesitation. Water seemed

Water Expo China + Water Membrane China Final Report

Water Expo China + Water Membrane China broke its previous year’s record for exhibitor and visitor attendance when it was held 2 — 4 December 2013 at the China National Convention Center, Beijing, China. The three-day 22,000 sqm show was organised by Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd, the Chinese Hydraulic

Why Do We Pay for Water?

Water scarcity is a looming problem and changing individual behavior to compensate is a key constituent of sustainability. Behavioral change is a complex task requiring a combination of appeals, information, financial and social influences, and barrier elimination efforts. Implementing these concepts has been notoriously difficult, and it is only recently

A New Paradigm

A New Paradigm

Fast-paced changes in the water industry are having a profound effect on demand forecasting. Whether it’s new technologies, climate change, infrastructure repairs, or government regulations, water utilities are finding that simple formulas don’t work as they once did. But there’s plenty of help to sort it out. Powerful software, plus

How Much Is That Droplet in the Window?

In 1998, UNESCO released a report entitled ” The Real Cost of Water “, which states, “It costs money to make good quality water available from taps, and then return it to the environment after being treated.” Of course, anyone who’s ever received a water bill or plunked a quarter

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