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Help us to pay forward to ensure water stays water – not waste!

Are you paying for rain?

Inflow And Infiltration : Budget friendly options for control 
Wednesday, August 2, 2017 2:00:00 PM EDT – 3:15:00 PM EDT Time: 2 PM ET (1PM CT, Noon MT, 11am PT)
Presenters: Michael Farruggia and Kate Bleyer
Parson Environmental Products, Inc. P.O. Box 4474, Reading, PA 19606
A Telephone Bridge will be made available for audio but Voice Over Internet [through your computer or smart device] speakers is preferred.

It is an obvious statement – a pint pot can’t be forced to hold a gallon of liquid!
When unintended water finds its way into a sanitary sewer, or storm water, collection systems the results can be both messy and catastrophic. Property owners experience damage and contamination. System owners are often faced with expensive repairs and/or environmental clean up costs.
An SSO [sanitary sewer overflow] reportable event does not make many managers list of favorite things to do on a Monday morning!
Learn More and Register Here!

Creative Uses of Clean Water Funding for Drinking Water Benefits.

Date: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 Time: 1:00 to 2:30pm (eastern), 10:00 to 11:30am (pacific) REGISTER HERE On August 29, ASDWA will host a Clean Water Act – Safe Drinking Water Act (CWA-SDWA) webinar entitled, “Creative Uses of Clean Water Funding for Drinking Water Benefits.” The purpose of the webinar is to build on the efforts […]

via Register Now for the ASDWA CWA-SDWA Webinar: Creative Uses of Clean Water Funding for Drinking Water Benefits — ASDWA’s Source Water News

Small Communities? BIG options ~ no water ‘wasted’ here!

Small Communities? BIG options ~ no water ‘wasted’ here!

Also available on our YouTube Channel – watch the recording here but the Download Resources can only be accessed at the actual event link above.

What exactly went wrong in Flint—and what does it mean for the rest of the country? Airing May 31, 2017 at 9 pm on PBS


Water. Turn on the faucet and it’s always there. Without it we perish. But how safe is our tap water? In this special report narrated by Joe Morton, NOVA investigates what happened in Flint, Michigan, when local officials changed the city’s water source to save money, but overlooked a critical treatment process. As the water pipes corroded, lead leached into the system, exposing the community—including thousands of children—to dangerous levels of poison. NOVA uncovers the science behind this manmade disaster— from the intricacies of water chemistry to the biology of lead poisoning to the misuse of science itself. NOVA follows ordinary citizens and independent scientists who exposed the danger lurking in Flint’s water and confronted those who turned a blind eye. And discover the disturbing truth that reaches far beyond Flint—water systems across the country are similarly vulnerable. How can we protect ourselves from poisoned water?

Poisoned Water.

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November 1, 1836: Birth of Hiram Mills; 1952: Cuyahoga River Catches Fire…Again — This Day in Water History

November 1, 1836: Birth of Hiram Francis Mills. “Born in Bangor, Maine, in the year 1836 and receiving his early schooling there, the young Hiram Mills moved on to the newly-established Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute to be graduated before he was twenty. When he was in his middle thirties he was appointed Chief Engineer of the […]

via November 1, 1836: Birth of Hiram Mills; 1952: Cuyahoga River Catches Fire…Again — This Day in Water History