The Clear Take on Water and Wastewater Today

The Clear Take on Water and Wastewater Today

We Promote Clean Water and Good, Clean Fun

Alan MeyerClean water is essential to supporting the Midwest’s recreation and tourism economy. Clean water promotes healthy fish and wildlife populations. Healthy lakes, streams and rivers attract visitors who boat, fish, swim and enjoy the multitude of great outdoor activities found in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri and Nebraska.

Do you enjoy cruising on the river or partaking in the beauty of Lake Superior or any of Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes? Love speed boating on Lake Okoboji in Iowa or sailing on Carlyle Lake in Illinois? Perhaps jet skiing on Nebraska’s Lake McConaughy is more your speed, or maybe basking in the sun and floating in Missouri’s Table Rock Lake is your idea of a great summer day. If so, you know how important clean water and healthy waterways are for maintaining a great experience for residents and tourists alike.

We work with all of our partner communities across the Midwest to achieve the highest water standards possible. We know how vital clean water is to a thriving tourist economy. Keeping lakes and shores healthy provides communities with numerous environmental benefits and influences a community’s overall quality of life, and that helps to strengthen the local economy. We help our community partners protect the health of their essential bodies of water. While we know that these lakes and rivers are used by people for recreational activities, we also understand that they are important ecosystems that are essential to sustaining a healthy balance in the environment as a whole. Clean waters help create a healthy ecosystem that drives economic benefits for communities. We take our part in keeping the environment clean very seriously, so you and your family can enjoy a fun, carefree summer.

Want to learn more about what we can do to help your community improve its water quality? Contact me anytime and let’s talk.

Alan Meyer
Chairman & CEO