Industry News from the WWETT Show and Partners

How One Kid Stopped The Contamination Of A River

Stella Bowles was 11 years old when she first donned her rubber boots to test for water contamination in the LaHave River, which runs beside her home on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. This article tells the story of how this determined and environmentally-aware young person used water samples and a Facebook page to halt the illegal flow of raw sewage.

T Blustar Blog - 4 Best Articles to Start a New Portable Restroom Company

This article is a quick introduction for anyone who wants to start his or her own Portable Restroom Rental Business. Discover the 4 best articles to create a new Portable Restroom Business for your new business. Learn everything you need to know to help you start your own porta-potty rental company.

America’s Water Infrastructure Is Failing — But Here’s How We Could Start to Fix It

Sarah Fecht is the content manager for the State of the Planet blog at Columbia University's Earth Institute. Her article about ways to fix America's water infrastructure appeared on the Municipal Sewer & Water Magazine website.

A Maine city is drumming up interest in wastewater treatment careers with a unique tour

Effluent-raised salmon is getting the community involved in Bangor, Maine's wastewater treatment plant. (From TPO Magazine, July 2018)

Citizens Energy Group hosts tours for world’s largest wastewater trade show

Citizens Energy Group employees had the opportunity to be in front of a national audience during the WWETT Show (Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport), held at the Indiana Convention Center, February 21-24.


WWETT Show 2018 was held February 21-24, 2018 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN. This premier event for the wastewater industry once again drew in excess of 13,000 registered professionals, including 1,237 international visitors from 56 countries.