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Apr 21 2015

Positive Reaction for Water and Energy Second Edition

Gustaf Olsson’s Water and Energy – Threats and Opportunities: Second Edition is due to be published by IWA Publishing in May, and positive reviews have already appeared.

Allan R. Hoffman, who was Senior Analyst at the U.S. Department of Energy for many years, serving the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations, published a blog last week, in which he recommends Professor Olsson’s upcoming book.

Apr 16 2015

The EU Reference Documents on Good Practices on Leakage Management

The EU Reference document “Good Practices on Leakage Management WFD CIS WG PoM” (© European Union, 2015) is publicly available following an initiative sponsored by the European Commission – DG Environment. This blog provides outline information on the Main Report and the Case Study documents, how to access them, and associated material which may be of interest.

Apr 13 2015

Don't let complex language keep you from drinking tap water, Virginia Tech researchers say

With the rise in bottled water and sugary beverage alternatives, regular tap water is struggling to make its way into the daily U.S. diet.

Part of the problem may be the technical language used to communicate important water quality information to the public, according to an interdisciplinary team of Virginia Tech researchers recently writing in the Journal of Water and Health.


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