WasteWater Education was invited to speak to the Michigan Resource Stewards in Clare, MI on September 10, 2019.
Following the collapse of the 2018 attempt to force legislation, we have continued to build partnerships and work toward a better, more open and transparent consensus process.
Here is the presentation we provided both as a PDF and slide presentation.
July 30, 2018: Article in Scottish Construction Now—260-year-old Wooden Water Pipes Unearthed in Edinburgh. “Workers have unearthed rare 260-year-old wooden water pipes during a dig in Edinburgh. Fifteen pieces of the elm piping were unearthed during excavation work at George Square, where a new underground heating system is being built by the University of Edinburgh […]
via July 30, 2018: Wooden Water Pipes in Edinburgh; 1982: Surgeon General Koop discusses fluoride; 1894: Jersey City’s Contaminated Water Supply — This Day in Water History
As North America alternates between sweltering or being inundated with so-called 100 year rain events (which now seem to actually happen every year!) no one can deny that we are having some pretty weird weather?
Every community now struggles to get information out to its property owners on how to manage water use on their properties.
And so …… to recognize those innovative, inventive, or just plain hysterically funny efforts WasteWater Education is inviting you to submit your media campaign for our “Don’t drown your drain field!” summer competition. Just send us an email! or via Twitter @WasteWaterEd
And the prize? Our Empress Of Effluent Award!
Executive Director Dendra Best was quoted in the January 2019 edition of Onsite Installer Magazine
The issue of Time of Transfer / Time of Sale inspections will be the subject of the first session in WasteWater Education’s full day track at the 2019 WWETT Show February 20.
If you plan to attend be sure to register using our discount code ACWE501.
April 25, 2014: Switch to Flint River Water Supply, Flint, MI. An article published online memorialized the change earlier that day from treated water from Detroit, Michigan, to the raw water supply of the Flint River and the activation of the Flint Water Plant. The photo from that article reproduced above shows local and state officials […]
via April 25, 2014: Switch to Flint River Water Supply; 1926: New York Harbor a Menace — This Day in Water History