The Clear Take on Water and Wastewater Today

National Water Week a valuable reminder of the importance of our work.

Chad MeyerApril 23-29 is National Water Week, a time set aside for water professionals from across the nation to focus on key water policy priorities, such as sustained growth in federal infrastructure investment, making our critical infrastructure more resilient, addressing water affordability, and supporting research of science-based solutions for issues we face in the water industry. The week is a reminder of the complexities and evolution of our work, but also of the deep commitment so many of us have for ensuring the availability and reliability of our nation’s water supply. The vital public health role played by water professionals has never been more pronounced than in recent years. Still, water work is often thankless and largely unnoticed – which is just fine by us. That usually means we’re doing our jobs well, at least in some very important ways. As my father, Alan Meyer, was known for saying, “as long as the toilet flushes and the water runs clear, there isn’t a problem.” But at PeopleService we understand the dedication it takes to deliver the water. So, thank you for all the work you do. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or ideas about how we can partner with you to continue providing this essential public service to your community.

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Simply click this link and let us know what’s good, what’s okay and what needs some work. I’ll respond to you personally. Thank you!

Chad Meyer
PeopleService Inc.