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aquaTECTURE to invest in Toronto-based Real Tech, Inc.

aquaTECTURE to invest in Toronto-based Real Tech, Inc.

November 30, 2018 at 1:34 pm 0 comments

aquaTECTURE, LLC, a privately-held company with multiple operating businesses focused exclusively on the water and wastewater sector, along with its affiliated investment vehicle aquaTECTURE Holdings, LLC, has announced its investment and ongoing partnership with Toronto, Ontario-based Real Tech. Inc. Founded in 2004, Real Tech is a global real-time monitoring solutions forRead More

The  Great Kansas Aqueduct: Solution or Folly from a Bygone Era?

The Great Kansas Aqueduct: Solution or Folly from a Bygone Era?

November 26, 2018 at 10:50 am 0 comments

By Michael Warady The United States has long been known as a country willing to take gigantic risks in order to build innovative infrastructure for future generations. The Transcontinental Railroad vastly improved cross-country travel, paying for itself through an increase in trade and transport across generations. The Hoover Dam helpedRead More

The Great Midwestern Overdraft

The Great Midwestern Overdraft

April 2, 2018 at 7:45 am 0 comments

By Michael Warady The last 10 years have given rise to considerable consternation as to future water availability in the Western and Midwestern United States. Due to climate change as well as cyclical precipitation patterns, the rains have seemingly disappeared across these regions and the limitless supply of water weRead More

A Distributed Water Revolution

A Distributed Water Revolution

December 20, 2017 at 3:59 pm 0 comments

By Michael Warady It is a common missive in today’s water industry that we have let our water infrastructure decay to a point of imminent failure. Nearly every article in industry magazines today features some allusion to the $250 billion to $1 trillion investment needed to maintain our access toRead More

Water Incubators & The Entrepreneurial Valley of Death

Water Incubators & The Entrepreneurial Valley of Death

October 18, 2017 at 6:30 am 0 comments

By Michael Warady The water industry has long been considered one of the least innovative, most lethargic industries in the world. The reasons given for this particular reputation vary based upon who you are speaking with, but range from: a lack of innovative thinking by water managers, the necessity forRead More