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High River Heroes: Water Plant Operators Fight Flooding

Water plant operators in the small town of High River, Alberta, became local heroes this past summer for their actions during one of Canada’s costliest natural disasters. As floodwaters penetrated the town, facility supervisor Chad Moore and operator Colin Andrews made the eleventh hour decision to hunker down at the water plant as the river crested. Read their story and find out what they learned through the experience. www.wsomag.com/featured

Overheard Online: What Are the Top 10 Water Sector Technology Innovations?

‘‘Every time I give a tour, people say, ‘You’ve got to be kidding me.’ They think we just treat toilet water. They’re shocked at what we’re doing with electricity.” www.wsomag.com/featured

Study Guide: Prepare for Fluoride Dosing Questions

Are you studying for a state operator license? Are you dealing with test anxiety? If so, or if you just want to test your skills, take a look at this study guide on fluoride dosing. You’ll find sample questions and answer explanations to prepare you for test day. Just remember to breathe, and you’ll be fine. www.wsomag.com/featured

Chasing Leaks: Utilities Organize Races for Fix-A-Leak Week

This year, WaterSense and its partners celebrate the fifth annual Fix-a-Leak Week with the theme “Chasing Leaks,” which has spurred several organizations throughout the country to organize fun runs and timed race events. Find out what’s involved in such an event — from pre-race promotions to event budgets, and learn how utilities are bringing attention to non-revenue water loss. www.wsomag.com/featured

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