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Stretching 12 miles alongside Oregon’s scenic Pacific Coast Highway is the small seaside community of Seal Rock. While the tranquil coastal community serves as a retreat for seasonal residents, managing water services across the area is a year-round responsibility. “We have about 8,000 people here during the summertime, which is nearly twice the number of […]Read More
The future of water consumption in the Netherlands Vitens is the biggest drinking water company in the Netherlands and annually they deliver 350 million m³ of water through 100 water treatment plants and 49,000 km of water mains. Being a leader within the water industry brings with it great responsibility and for this reason, Vitens […]Read More
The Weber Basin Water Conservancy District, located just north of Salt Lake City, is charged with serving more than 625,000 residents living in the second driest state in the nation. With 65 percent of the district’s water being soaked up by manicured lawns and lush gardens, excessive use of “secondary” or non-potable water became an […]Read More
Just 30 miles northwest of Atlanta, the City of Dallas, Georgia, offers a reprieve from the busyness of the big city with the retained charm of simpler times and a friendly community. Whether visitors and residents want to take in the city’s quaint, historic downtown or have a chat at the local bakery, there’s plenty […]Read More
Loudoun County is one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. This growth brings a high demand for water from both industrial and residential customers. In response, Loudoun Water, the region’s water utility, is on an exciting path forward to plan for and deliver advanced water and wastewater technologies that will support its growing […]Read More
Just a few miles from the South Carolina coast, the town of Mount Pleasant exudes the southern charm and rich historical resonance that typify the “Lowcountry.” And though this may conjure up images of laid-back residents sipping sweet tea on their porch swings, the reality is a little different for the town’s water utility. “Our […]Read More
Dried up reservoirs, cracked dirt and empty swimming pools are just a few of the visual reminders of the ongoing California drought. But what most people don’t see is the water providers, like Mark Sprague at the City of Fountain Valley, working tirelessly to keep the water running. The state of California asked all residents to help reduce […]Read More