This column highlights a discussion with Michaela Rempkowski, a member of AWWA’s International Council and AZ Water, which serves as AWWA’s Arizona section and the state’s member association of the Water Environment Federation. She is an integrated design director with McCarthy Building Companies, based in Phoenix, Ariz. As a professional chemical engineer, she has had the opportunity to design and build water and wastewater infrastructure across the western U.S.
Job title: Executive Director, AWWA Kentucky/Tennessee Section
Beware of the Grinch – that unscrupulous hacker lurking in the shadow of your critical networks and systems, hoping to wreak havoc over the upcoming holiday season.
As ongoing drought conditions exacerbate water shortages along the Colorado River Basin, one water utility in the impacted seven-state region is demonstrating the benefits of planning, preparation and conservation.
Climate change is happening now, it is intensifying, and it will continue to have widespread impacts on water utilities.