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Industry Introspective: Marijuana and the Water Sector

By SplashLink Team

This blog series examines the impact that specific industries or segments of industries have on the water supply in the US.  The first post in the series focuses on the marijuana industry and explores general growth of the market, water usage and cultivation practices, and related environmental effects and sustainability efforts.

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Q2 2017 Regional Roundup: Part 3

By SplashLink Team

This blog series examines major trends and newsworthy events that occurred in the US water industry during the second quarter of 2017.  The third part of the series focuses on activity within the Midwest/Great Lakes and Central Plains regions of the US, as well as grant and funding information related to the water industry.

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Q2 2017 Regional Roundup: Part 2

By SplashLink Team

This blog series examines major trends and newsworthy events that occurred in the US water industry during the second quarter of 2017.  The second part of the series focuses on activity within the New England, Mid-Atlantic, and South regions of the US.  Check back tomorrow for part three of the series, which will cover the Midwest/Great Lakes and Central Plains regions, as well as grant and funding information related to the US water industry.

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Q2 2017 Regional Roundup: Part 1

By SplashLink Team

This blog series examines major trends and newsworthy events that occurred in the US water industry during the second quarter of 2017.  The first part of the series focuses on activity within the Southwest and West regions of the US.  Check back tomorrow for part two of the series, which will cover the New England, Mid-Atlantic, and South regions of the US.

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Prepare the DVR, it's Shark Week!

By Carlee Duggan

Most people have heard of the 1975 film Jaws, a movie depicting a giant great white shark wreaking havoc upon swimmers.  With close-up shots of the unlucky swimmers being consumed by the infamous shark, this movie scares people right out of the water and off the beach.  After watching Jaws, many people swear off swimming in water known to contain sharks.  (Understandably so!)  Even still, the last week in July is pretty much Jaws, all day every day, for a full 168 hours on the Discovery Channel.

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