GlobalWaterWorks Leads Panel of Water Management Experts at WATEC Israel 2017 where attendees learned about go-to-market strategies and success stories that are accelerating adoption of smart water technologies.
Savvy wastewater pros are leading the way by using technology to efficiently manage wastewater and create new revenue streams in areas that were previously thought of as waste. The dirty little secret is only dirty because it starts with wastewater. Smart, data-driven processes are harvesting nutrients, energy and water (N.E.W. Water) from wastewater. Furthermore, they
I always enjoy learning from Rich Meeusen, CEO of Badger Meter, who is also the Chairman of The Water Council. He is an encyclopedia of water history and knowledge, and I thought his reflections on a better water legacy, modeling Scrooge’s new legacy in the Christmas Carol, were worth repeating: Future visions like the 2030 Report on
Many suggest water investment isn’t happening. GlobalWaterWorks believes the tide of interest is rising, and we’re just a few years away from a tsunami of water investment. Here’s why. The world’s water woes are escalating due to continued drought and you can’t go a week without seeing an article like the Economist’s 11/5 “Liquidity Crisis.” Efficient
Each year, over 200 times more groundwater is extracted from the earth than oil. According to the International Hydrogeologist’s Association, groundwater provides 50% of the water needed for irrigation and drinking water in the U.S. And, it provides as much as 99% of the water needed in land-locked countries and desert climates. While groundwater is the