A recent bout of sewer-system contamination in Orem really brings home the need to educate our young people about making the right choices. The city has spent $4,000 in man-hours per week to clean up the mess.
Many of us in the water industry are working hard to preserve Utah’s precious resources for future generations. In time, that responsibility will fall to them. We need to prepare them for their role, not just in water conservation but in community service, as well.
That preparation will help guard against future water contamination. So where can we start?