The Splash

TowerAssure Program Provides Cooling System Protection, Improves System Efficiency and Reduces Water Usage at a Southern U.S. Airport

U.S. Water’s successful program at a nearby facility resulted in an invitation from a Southern U.S. airport to propose an alternate treatment program for their existing cooling tower system.  The airport practiced sustainable water usage by utilizing softened graywater in its cooling tower system, but the responsible decision to move away from domestic city water to graywater quickly led to concerns [...]

Networking 101

For decades now, the ubiquity of the internet has been essential to modern life. Services like email, Google, and Amazon have connected us to each other, the vast collective knowledge of humankind, and brought literally whatever we desire to our doorsteps with just a few motions of our fingers. Like any widely adopted technology, the internet’s popularity relies on the principle that users need not know how it [...]

U.S. Water’s Cambridge and Plymouth Facilities Win Minnesota Governor's Safety Award

U.S. Water’s Cambridge, Minnesota and Plymouth, Minnesota facilities were recognized for excellence in workplace safety and health during the 2017 Governor’s Safety Awards luncheon held on May 10, 2018 in Minneapolis. U.S. Water is one of 279 employers to be honored through the awards program, coordinated by the Minnesota Safety Council. Donald Brozek and Mike Bock, Cambridge facility production shift [...]

U.S. Water Featured in April 2018 Issue of Food Engineering Magazine

U.S. Water's food and beverage industry experts, Brett Robinson & Steve Tapper, were interviewed for April's  Food Engineering Magazine article, How Food Processors Can Successfully Manage Water and Utilities. In the article, Brett and Steve discuss water and energy efficiency options in food processing and explain the benefits a thorough understanding of [...]

An Introduction to Industrial Use of Technology for Non-Techies

It’s increasingly obvious to me that the gap in the general understanding of technology is continuously increasing with those that are not working in the space every day. I am referring to industrial technology versus the general consumer technology market. The consumer technology market has made our lives easier, simplifying tasks and adding entertainment with intuitive technology that most [...]

Options for Industrial Water Reuse

Every day in the U.S., more than 355 billion gallons of water are withdrawn from surface and ground water sources to serve industry and the public, according to a 2010 report from the U.S. Geological Survey. As the strain on water sources steadily increases, it is critical for all water users to work towards water conservation. The primary drivers towards water recycling and reuse practices are environmental [...]

LaMarr Barnes Interviewed in WaterWorld Weekly Newscast with Angela Godwin

This week's edition of WaterWorld's Weekly Newscast features special guest LaMarr Barnes, U.S. Water CEO. During his interview with WaterWorld's Chief Editor Angela Godwin, LaMarr discussed the water industry trend of mergers and acquisitions, the evolving needs of our customers, and the synergies between U.S. Water and Tonka Water, a U.S. Water Brand. He also shared what to expect in the future [...]

It’s Here! Introducing the NEW uswaterservices.com!

U.S. Water is excited to announce that our shiny new website is here! The updated site includes a brand new layout, responsive design for easy viewing from desktop and mobile devices, quick read content, informative graphics and videos, as well as additional impactful changes to make your uswaterservices.com experience even more enjoyable. What makes U.S. Water unique is our ability to integrate all of our [...]

5 Ways to Celebrate World Water Day

Each year on March 22, the United Nations recognizes the importance of universal access to clean water and sustainable freshwater resource management through the celebration of  World Water Day . This year’s theme is Nature for Water, and this year’s  fact sheet  discusses how nature based solutions are, “a sustainable and cost-effective way to help rebalance the water cycle, [...]

Feed Mill Facility Increases Efficiency and Reduces Chemical Usage with EnergyOUT™

A Midwest Feed Mill was treating its incoming well water for high levels of alkalinity with amine chemical. Unfortunately, amine is one of the most expensive chemicals used in water treatment. If the facility chose not to treat the well water for alkalinity, it could result in failure of the condensate return lines, a costly plant shutdown and capital equipment replacement expenses. U.S. Water’s EnergyOUT system [...]

U.S. Water’s CEO LaMarr Barnes Presented During the Annual APEX Board of Directors and Investors Meeting

On January 25, 2018, the Area Partnership for Economic Expansion (APEX) hosted its annual Board of Directors and investor-member meeting, which featured guest speaker LaMarr Barnes, CEO of U.S. Water. During his presentation, Barnes discussed the relationship between water and industry in the Midwest and throughout the country, as well as the importance of sustainable water management in industry, commercial and [...]

U.S. Water Featured in March 2018 issue of Ethanol Producer Magazine

Just Published! U.S. Water’s Mitch Manstedt, Strategic Business Leader – Biofuels, and Jim Lukanich, Director of Applied Technology, were interviewed in the article Sticking to It, published in the March 2018 issue of Ethanol Producer Magazine.  In the article,  Mitch and Jim discuss the impact The Food and Safety Modernization Act has on biofilm control options in the biofuels [...]