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Hospitals’ Water Costs Rise as Use Recedes, Study Shows

Hospitals’ Water Costs Rise as Use Recedes, Study Shows

Hospital water and sewer use is gradually declining, but that doesn’t mean hospitals are saving as much money as they are water: prices are rising, now averaging 42 cents per square foot versus 24 cents as recently as 2007, indicates a new report.

Product Announcement: CamelTrain Produces Safe Water in 60 Seconds

Product Announcement: CamelTrain Produces Safe Water in 60 Seconds

CamelTrain’s new portable, all-membrane water purification system was designed as a global water treatment solution that is ideal for disaster relief, gray water purification, medical and missionary programs, and the military, the company says. Ultra- and nanofiltration membranes produce water free of

Walgreen’s Navigates National Waste Regulations: Q&A with Senior VP Rick Gates

Walgreen’s Navigates National Waste Regulations: Q&A with Senior VP Rick Gates

Rick Gates, senior vice president of pharmacy and healthcare at Walgreens, discusses the evolution of the retailer’s safe medication disposal program.

Eagles & Pats: Head-to-Head for Eco-Cred

Eagles & Pats: Head-to-Head for Eco-Cred

The New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles face off Sunday at the LEED Gold-certified US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII. But how do the teams’ home stadiums stack up environmentally? Let’s find out. Gillette Stadium Home of the New England Patriots, Gillette Stadium began welcoming fans … Read more »

Budweiser’s Super Bowl Beer Ad Isn’t about Beer

Budweiser’s Super Bowl Beer Ad Isn’t about Beer

*This article has been updated since 1/26. With 30-second Super Bowl ads going at more than $5 million this year, Anheuser-Busch is investing a big chunk of its advertising budget by buying two one-minute ads; but while the company is well-known for its iconic Super Bowl spots, this year’s ads will showcase

Industrialization Gives Rise to Booming Water Treatment Market, Says Report

Industrialization Gives Rise to Booming Water Treatment Market, Says Report

The market for industrial water treatment equipment will experience a CAGR of 7.34% between 2017 and 2021, according to a report. The rise in industrialization will contribute to the growth of the market, along with

WY Craft Brewer, Facing Challenges, Works with City on Wastewater Management Solutions

WY Craft Brewer, Facing Challenges, Works with City on Wastewater Management Solutions

The Ten Sleep Brewing Company faces the need for expansion; hoping to move inside the town limits, the City Council plans to implement a new wastewater ordinance to accommodate for industrial businesses. Like all microbreweries, the company faces the challenge of cost and supply when it comes to

Wetland Meadows Help Cities Stare Down Climate Risk

Wetland Meadows Help Cities Stare Down Climate Risk

By integrating solutions for facing down climate risk with smart urban planning and natural development, the town of Randers, Denmark, is building a landscape solution in the form of a park to guard against flooding. Storkeengen, or Stork Meadow, uses wetland meadows to handle raised stormwater level. Rainfall will be … Read more »