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- SW Attends 2017 IDEA Annual Conference (6/29/2017) - This month, Sustainable Water’s Director of Sales, Bob Salvatelli, attended the 2017 International District Energy Association’s Annual Conference in Scottsdale Arizona; an event filled with insightful presentations, industry professional collaboration, and engaging workshops. Celebrating its 108th year, the conference brought together over 600 industry professionals in the district energy and manufacturing industry. As a culmination to the event, the attendees had the privilege of attending a special tour at Arizona State University’s Combined Heat and Power Plant, as well as the NRG Energy Center in downtown Phoenix. As always, if you are interested in hearing us speak or visiting with [...]
- Miami Eyes 2025 Deadline for Water Reuse (6/29/2017) - The state of Florida reclaims and reuses more wastewater for non-potable demands than any other state in the nation. While Florida’s west coast has embraced the use of reclaimed wastewater, the southern part of the state has struggled to implement reuse projects. This is likely to change, however, due to a law that requires counties that dump wastewater offshore to reuse a minimum of 60 percent of their wastewater by 2025. In 2016, Florida’s west coast and inland farming counties reused close to 100 percent of their wastewater, primarily for irrigation purposes. In South Florida, on the other hand (Miami-Dade, [...]
- S.D. Declares State of Emergency While Ranchers Continue Herd Reductions (6/29/2017) - A regional drought that has lingered in North and South Dakota for more than two months is creating concerns for the region’s cattle industry. As a result, cattle ranchers in both states are continuing to reduce the size of their herds in an effort to offset the lack of hay and forage caused by the drought. The most recent USDA drought monitor shows 80% of South Dakota and 100% of North Dakota in a state of drought. North Dakota was hit particularly hard, with 25% of the state suffering from severe drought. In response to these conditions, South Dakota Governor [...]
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