Monthly Archives: November 2014

Happy Thanksgiving!

From our family to yours – a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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Happy World Toilet Day!

Today is World Toilet Day! While it may sound like a humorous occasion, it’s actually serious – deadly serious.  It’s a day to recognize that not everyone has access to toilets or good sanitation, which leads to 1,000 children dying each day from diarrheal diseases related to poor sanitation.  
We usually take our toilets for […]

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Phantom of the Opera: Water Utilities Can No Longer Be Silent

It is been said by water utility leaders that the single greatest benefit to water infrastructure asset management is our ability to explain water. We can and need to improve the way we communicate about water and the value of water to society. Informed and educated stakeholders will think about, value, and manage water in […]

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2014 Midterms Changes Landscape on Capitol Hill

Contrary to the views of most pundits, pollsters and campaign strategists, the 2014 election cycle turned out to be a wave election that looked more like the 2010 midterms rather than the nail-biter that most of Washington’s political class expected.  Republicans expanded their majority in the House by thirteen votes and gained the majority in […]

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