Jan 20, 2021

January 2021

We’ve made it through the whirlwind of 2020 and into hopeful fresh beginnings in 2021. While we wait for a vaccine to the coronavirus to penetrate society and offer a return to normalcy, we also are anticipating the Presidential Inauguration of Joe Biden…
Nick Lowe’s brilliant “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?” still stands as a definitive imploring anthem for a dark and dangerous world. Emerging from within the lyrics’ despair is this call to arms: So where are the strong?/And who…
Last year, Water & Wastes Digest (WWD) asked associations throughout the industry to share a small brief forecasting the upcoming year. Those briefs highlighted each association’s focus of year, the regulations and legislation they had at the top of…
DuPage Water Commission (DWC) in Northern Illinois purchases water from the Chicago Water Department and delivers it to 29 municipalities within DuPage County. As the second largest water supply system in the state of Illinois, DWC serves more than 900,…
The City of Camas, Washington’s origins began more than 100 years ago as a paper-mill town along the Columbia River, located in the eastern hills of Clark County in Southwest Washington. The city’s activated sludge, secondary wastewater treatment…
The rebuilding of the town of Paradise, California, which was destroyed by the Camp Fire, continues with a focus on the rapid replacement of water service lines.  “When we’re done, there will be about 315,000 feet of new HDPE service lines,” said Kevin…
The city of Chino sits below the San Bernardino Mountains 35 miles east of Los Angeles. The area has been known since the 1950s for its agricultural industry, including orchards, crops and one of the largest concentrations of dairy farms in the country…
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