Voices: Studebaker

Where were the water treatment and quality experts before Flint's water disaster?

By the time Flint's water is safe to drink, this preventable disaster will have injured thousands of children and cost $400 million or more.

By Paul Studebaker, chief editor, Control
Feb 8, 2016

Many of us remember where we were when we first learned about a major disaster. I heard President Kennedy was shot while waiting in line outside my third-grade classroom. Chernobyl and the Challenger explosion made the TV news in a rented house, and Deepwater Horizon was announced on my radio headphones while I was painting a porch. Many of you were with me on Sept. 11, 2001 at the ISA Show in Houston.

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