Volume 10 Issue 2 February

Getting federal funds for a project, no matter how important, is no easy task. Showing up in Washington, DC, and making a successful …

Volume 10 Issue 1 January

Can Los Angeles be its own main source of water? Through increased storm water capture, water recycling, and groundwater…

Volume 9 Issue 10 Nov/Dec

We are excited this month to feature an interview with our good friend Tanya Trujillo, an experienced water professional who now serves

LEAN MANUFACTURING & SAFETY COORDINATOR

Location: St. George, UT Deadline: Open until filled Salary: TBD based on qualifications RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead Safety Program to ensure employee safety and compliance with OSHA standards. Conduct weekly safety meetings with the team. Inspect the facility and property on a regular basis to identify safety, health, and environmental risks and ensure those items are mitigated […]

Irrigation Innovation on Southern Utah University’s Campus

[siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Headline_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget] Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah, requires a lot of water to care for its campus. On its 75 acres of mostly NCAA playing fields, 4 man-hours of labor were required every day just to maintain the secondary irrigation system’s filtering system.  Tiger Funk, the university’s assistant vice president for facilities management, […]