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- What’s New At SW? (11/29/2018) - Sid Singh - Chief Operating Officer Sid Singh is the COO of Sustainable Water and brings 20 years of finance and development experience with a specific focus on sustainable infrastructure for the last 10 years. Select recent projects include clean energy power plants for public and private hosts, distributed energy management systems for commercial customers, and a dedicated finance facility for a series of hydroponic greenhouse farms. As a developer, Sid has lead teams to design, build, own, and operate sustainable infrastructure facilities characterized by the use of existing proven technologies, high quality technology and construction partners, and contractual, long-term off-take [...]
- Israel’s Success in Navigating Water Scarcity (11/20/2018) - In the United States, we often talk about increased concerns about water shortages, but we are not alone in this predicament. According to the World Health Organization, in 2017, “Over two billion people worldwide lack[ed] access to safe drinking water.” Many countries live with circumstances much more dire than the United States. Israel, a country whose landscape is 70 percent desert, has found a way to successfully navigate the challenges of living in such conditions by treating and reusing 90 percent of its wastewater. Of course, Israel’s situation is very different from that of the U.S. politically, geographically and socially. [...]
- Michigan Study Finds Tennessee “High Risk” (11/20/2018) - A recent study conducted by Michigan State University found that as many as one-third of Americans may be at risk of not being able to afford water by the year 2020. The objective of the study was to highlight the likely impact of increasing water prices on communities with higher concentrations of low-income households. Of the ten states at “high risk,” a majority are located in the south east. Tennessee is ranked sixth. The study took into account the average monthly usage by household (12,000 gallons in 2014), the average cost of that amount of water and the salary necessary [...]