Is water the natural starting point for the circular economy? Eliminating waste is one of the magical overlaps between business and the environment. According to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, circular supply chains that increase the rate of recycling, reuse and remanufacturing could generate more than $1 trillion a year by 2025. Moving from a linear […]
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As US infrastructure crumbles and water supplies dwindle, the cities that are leading deployment of distributed water solutions are finding an economic upside to their water woes– new businesses and new jobs. Distributed water systems save water by treating and reusing water onsite, and those systems require a new breed of engineers. In addition to […]
Water engineers fashioned California into an agricultural giant and built some of the world’s greatest cities through monumental infrastructure projects, from the Hoover Dam to the LA Aqueduct and the State Water Project. Today, that centralized water system has caught the West in a Gordian knot of huge sunk investments and behemoth government agencies. Untying that […]
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