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An Interview with Jonathan Kleinman, CEO Aiqueous

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- Utilities should pay attention to water efficiency — particularly those that have an insufficient supply of water

- As toilets and shower heads become more efficient, more people are paying attention

- Conservation efforts are not pushed as aggressively as a regulatory agency would push efficiency



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Matt Chester on Jul 30, 2019

The intersection of water and energy are key, and I don't think it's one that consumers are educated on enough by their utility companies. Interesting to hear some discussion on the related topics!

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