JUNE 2019 | WATERTECH OF AMERICA, INC.
Working with Water – Careers in the Water Industry
Many who currently work in the water industry, arrived there by chance. In the past, planning for a career in industrial water rarely topped the list. Recently this trend has changed. Current generations are much more aware of environmental issues and they seek out eco-friendly companies and brands that have a strong commitment to sustainable practices. The number one threat to business development is access to fresh water. As a result, businesses are focused on improving how they use and manage water so they can meet the growing industrial demands while simultaneously reducing their water footprint. Those who are starting out on their career path are beginning to look for water-related degrees and positions to help tackle these issues.
Mill to recycle more, use less water.
equipment allowed the plant to use more
recycled cardboard improving their environmental
impact and helping reduce water use. Read more...
Drinking Water Is Staying in Pipes Longer, and That’s a Problem.
cities can have their drinking water sit
in pipes longer than desired, leading to
high levels of metals, bacterial growth,
and other problems. Read more...
Legionella Outbreaks on the Rise: Could Climate Change Be Responsible?
think the problim is multifactorial,
however, increasing rainfall because
of climate change may play a role. Read more...
Craft Brewers Oppose New Water Pollution Loophole.
around the country submitted a
letter opposing the EPA's proposal
to stop controlling pollution that
flows through groundwater into
rivers, streams, and lakes. This
policy change would endanger the
water sources that our craft breweries
depend on. Read more...