First Water founder Tom Flaim recently presented water purification solutions on Washington D.C. based Emerald Planet. Emerald Planet is a non profit organization committed to identifying 1,000 best practices to arrest, and possible reverse the impacts of climate change. The EmeraldPlanet works in consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in collaboration with the PanAmerican-PanAfrican […]
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The California Hospital Association recently released guidelines and best practices for preparing for and responding to a water disruption. California is especially interested water sustainability, as it is a scarce resource in the state. Northers California is susceptible to earthquakes that could disrupt 85% of the Bay Area’s water supply. The Los Angeles area gets […]
First Water is proud to say that we were the only water purification Company honored to participate in this national exercise. We stand ready to serve all those in need during times of water disruption.
Heavy rains in Danville, VA impacted the cities ability to provide safe drinking water to Danville Regional Medical Center as well as other businesses. Read the full story here: http://articles.wdbj7.com/2012-03-27/water-notice_31246549 ————– Flooding is a major concern to municipalities, critical facilities and businesses. During severe floods or even heavy rains, municipal water treatment facilities can become compromised. […]
On January 19 the City of Toledo, Oregon issued a 48 water conservation notice to the public. After three days of heavy rains and flooding, the city water treatment facility had become inundated with mud and debris from the storm drainage system. Fire Chief Will Ewing explained that the water supply had become so […]