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  1. Separate Ways: Examining The Stormwater Needs Gap
    7/1/2019

    The Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Stormwater Institute (SWI) reports on challenges and the annual funding gap for the municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) sector.

  2. Getting Smart About Data — The Key To Water Security
    7/1/2019

    Whether it’s called “digital water” or “smart water,” data is flexing its muscle in industry’s quest for resiliency and asset management.

  3. 8 Ways To Make Utility-Customer Communication Seamless Across Digital Channels
    7/1/2019

    If a water utility is going to use digital communication to enhance the customer experience, it needs to ensure that it does so as seamlessly as possible.

  4. 5 Factors That Will Drive Widespread Adoption Of Water Reuse
    7/1/2019

    The technology is ready, but is the world ready? The seismic shift toward water reuse will occur only as driving circumstances reach their tipping point.

  5. Septic’s Consequences — The Embodiment Of Unnatural Disasters
    7/1/2019

    While septic systems are a viable and undeniably popular choice for wastewater treatment, they are ultimately only as reliable as their upkeep. Can we trust the technology and the human element to protect our waterways from pollution, or is it time to search for better solutions?

  6. After 125 Years Of Physical Modeling Experience, What's Next?
    7/1/2019

    Even as numeric modeling gets more advanced, physical modeling remains an important, continually evolving aspect of hydraulic engineering.

  7. How To Approach Cybersecurity With Confidence
    7/1/2019

    As digitalization continues to grow in the water and wastewater industry, cybersecurity becomes an increasingly important responsibility.