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No Water No Beer – Chicago

Meet up with others who care about water.   The Illinois Section AWWA is coordinating local events hosted by local people at a brew pub or coffee shop. The first of these events is scheduled for December 17th at the Haymarket … Continue reading

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Oil and water: heavy industry’s reliance on water

A century ago, the Chicago region was known for its plethora of food-processing plants, steam-powered rail lines, and massive steel mills. What did all of these industries have in common?  An insatiable demand for water.  Today, instead of traditionally water-intensive … Continue reading

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Goose Island’s Green Line Project Makes ‘Blue’ Brew

By Nick Bastis Chicago has some of the nation’s least expensive and highest quality water — and that good fortune isn’t lost on Goose Island Beer Company. After all, the cost and quality of a beer directly relies upon the … Continue reading

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