WASHINGTON, D.C. WATER POLICY EVENT SUMMARY

WASHINGTON, D.C. WATER POLICY EVENT SUMMARY By: Dean Amhaus, President & CEO, The Water Council On September 6, 2017, we had the pleasure of partnering with A. O. Smith Corporation, world-leading manufacturer of water heaters and boilers headquartered in Milwaukee, to host our first water policy event in Washington, D.C. at the U.S. Capitol called “Fostering… Read More

Top 10 Takeaways from the Water Leaders Summit

KEY INSIGHTS FROM THE FRONT LINE By: Scott Propp, Dentro Consulting LLC Water is the new key to security. I just had the privilege of attending and leading a panel at the 10th annual Water Leaders Summit held in Milwaukee on May 23 & 24th.  This year’s big idea, “A Secure Future Needs Water,” brought together… Read More

Forced to turn off the water to its campus

Three months ago, Brad Ives, the associate vice chancellor at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill for utility services, faced the kind of phone call that’s almost unimaginable: His county water utility told him the university had to stop using water. A cascade of problems forced UNC-CH to turn off water to its campus… Read More

Business as usual will simply not work for our planet

Deep inside some big water projects around the world, like the newly opened desal plant in San Diego, and the legendary desal plants in Perth, Australia, is Dow water technology. Snehal Desai heads Dow’s water and process solutions group, which makes a lot of the guts of sophisticated water systems — reverse osmosis technology, ion-exchange… Read More

“We made a desalination revolution in Israel”

“…Not only to realize that we needed to do it, but to actually do it,” said Uri Shani, inventor and entrepreneur in agriculture and water technologies and retired general manager and chairman of the Israeli Governmental Water & Sewer Authority. For five years, Uri Shani was the head of Israel’s Water Authority, presiding over a… Read More

Water sustains all life.

We ignore its security at our peril. Kathleen Ferris was a 28-year-old legislative aide in the Arizona Senate when she was tapped to be the executive director of the Arizona Groundwater Study Commission. “I tried to find someone else to take the job,” she says, “and no one would.” After months of wrangling, that group… Read More

Survey Results on Compensation-Related Priorities

the BUBBLER RECAP: APRIL 2017 By: Neil Lappley, founder of Lappley & Associates and proud member of The Water Council Lappley & Associates recently conducted a survey of The Water Council members to learn their compensation-related priorities and create a discussion topic surrounding this for a business development session, the Bubbler, held in the Global Water Center in Milwaukee…. Read More