Daniel Moss

Community Water Systems on the Rise

Caption: The Latin American Confederation of Water and Sanitation Community Organizations (CLOCSAS), recently celebrated eight years of protecting and strengthening community water systems that serve millions of urban and rural water drinkers. By Daniel Moss Water providers, essential to quenching ...

Of Dinosaur Pee and Aquifer Re-injection: Dilemmas in Water Reuse

By Daniel Moss Thirsting for solutions to an exploding water crisis, there's much talk about water reuse. At a recent conference of Mexican water distributors, two starkly different strategies were on display. In one scenario - causing some noses to ...

Community Water Systems on the Rise

Water providers, essential to quenching our daily thirst, usually aren't household names, their logo swooshed across a baseball cap. If we think of them at all, it might be a big city utility. And yet, many urban neighborhoods, and vast ...

Where Public Tap Water Begets Wilderness

New York City and Boston’s watershed management programs preserve rural landscapes while providing clean water to urban areas By Daniel Moss Environmental disasters that ooze from man’s follies make headlines. But what about the environmental serendipities from careful ...

Boston Wins Annual Tap Water Taste Contest

By Daniel Moss The verdict is in: don’t spend another penny on bottled water in Boston. That city, derided in the 1960s song “Dirty Water,” came out on top of the 2014 “Best of the Best” Tap Water Taste Test. ...