If you thought America’s drinking water problems started and ended in Flint, Michigan, think again. From big cities and suburbs to the rural heartland, chemicals linked to cancer, heart disease, obesity, birth defects, and lowered IQ routinely spill from our taps, says NYT Best-selling author Seth M. Siegel. ====REGISTER TO JOIN NYT BEST-SELLING AUTHOR SETH M
DOWNLOAD our two-page overview to see how GWW’s expert approach is accelerating adoption of smart water technologies. Drones, sensors, satellites, BigData and analytics are providing real-time visibility in to systems and helping to automate operations. Localized and distributed systems – including mobile, water-from-air technology – are creating a future for water technology innovation and commercialization very
By 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in cities, up from 50% today. Many cities are already running out of water. The MIT Water Summit is a great opportunity to meet and hear from top people in the water sector including speakers from water utilities & government agencies, industry & start-ups, NGOs, and academia. Mary Conley Eggert, GWW’s Chief Innovation Officer, will be on the panel: Implementing Innovative Solutions, Friday, Nov 16th.
In today’s consumer-driven world, customers want to know everything that affects them, whether it’s electronics and home goods, or water and other utilities. Learn what utilities can do to engage customers and become heroes.