An open-source celebration of Industrial Water Treatment! October 5-9, 2020

Industrial Water Week

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October 13, 2019: Next Industrial Water Week is October 5-9, 2020

The next Industrial Water Week is officially set for October 5-9, 2020.  The celebration for 2019 was an undeniable success with hundreds of social media posts, podcasts generated daily, traditions kept, and traditions started.  Start making your plans now!  Learn more at www.industrialwaterweek.com.  Learn how professionals celebrated in 2019 by following #IndustrialWaterWeek and #IWW19.

October 7, 2019: Industrial Water Week Begins!

Industrial Water Week begins!  With social media postings, podcasts generated every day of the week, celebratory cakes, stories being shared, and more, Industrial Water Weeks starts with a bang!  Follow #IndustrialWaterWeek and #IWW19 to see the activity.  Each day has sub-tags such as #PretreatmentMonday, #BoilerTuesday, #CoolingWednesday, #WastewaterThursday, and #CareersFriday.  Learn more at www.industrialwaterweek.com

September 21, 2019: New Website Release

Industrial Water Week releases its new website at www.industrialwaterweek.com.  This new, mobile-friendly platform is the go-to guide for celebrating Industrial Water Week.


 Industrial Water Treatment utilizes a wide range of skill sets that engages the mind and rewards curiosity. It encourages both independence and teamwork. It employs a diverse set of people. While not recession proof, it is often recession insulated because industrial, commercial, and institutional users still need well-managed water to keep their doors open.  Learn more at www.industrialwaterweek.com

September 2, 2019: New Video Release

Industrial Water Week releases a new video showcasing "Who Celebrated Industrial Water Week Last Year."  Companies of all sizes and people from all over the world joined in with memes, videos, posts, and more.  This year looks to be even better!  Watch the video here:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEV8BQiAtiQ&list=PLXUibUDb6XwJeRcAFpy0jb5zbQl8nqIrH&index=8 

August 1, 2019: New Video Release

Industrial Water Week releases a new video showcasing "Who Celebrated Industrial Water Week Last Year."  Companies of all sizes and people from all over the world joined in with memes, videos, posts, and more.  This year looks to be even better!  Watch the video here:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrIDzdjZnog&list=PLXUibUDb6XwJeRcAFpy0jb5zbQl8nqIrH&index=4 

July 21, 2019: New Video Release

Industrial Water Week for 2019 is just a few months away!  Now is the time to start making plans.  Check out the latest video asking "How Will You Celebrate?" 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRcuvzeSx5k&list=PLXUibUDb6XwJeRcAFpy0jb5zbQl8nqIrH&index=11

October 1, 2018: Industrial Water Week Begins!

Industrial Water Week begins!  Videos focusing on each day's theme are released each day:  Pretreatment Monday, Boiler Tuesday, Cooling Wednesday, Wastewater Thursday, and Careers Friday!  The SCALING UP! H2O podcast is releasing a podcast per day based upon each day's theme as well.  Join the fun as individuals and companies across the world celebrate the first annual Industrial Water Week!  Learn more at www.industrialwaterweek.com. 

September 21, 2018: Featured on Scaling UP H2O Podcast

The SCALING UP! H2O podcast is celebrating Industrial Water Week by posting a show each day:  Pretreatment Monday, Boiler Tuesday, Cooling Wednesday, Wastewater Thursday, and Careers Friday.  Host, Trace Blackmore, will be addressing related questions from his audience each day.  To learn more, listen to Episode 48 at 

http://scalinguph2o.com/2018/09/21/048-industrial-water-week-is-coming/ 

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September 4, 2018: Featured on Building Management Podcast

 The Building Management podcast features Mr. James McDonald as he discusses Industrial Water Week, its goals, and how to celebrate.  


"Everyone and everything has a holiday. Donuts, Star Wars, potted house plants, and middle siblings, all have a holiday; in B2B, engineers, chemists, pilots and retail employees have a holiday. This got our guest today thinking…why isn’t there a holiday for industrial water treatment professionals? And why stop at a day when you could go for a whole week? On today’s episode of the Building Management podcast, we sat down with James McDonald, Technology Marketing Manager for Chem-Aqua, who’s now the founder of Industrial Water Week."


 https://marketscale.com/industries/building-management/industrial-water-week-creating-education-community-and-careers-with-james-mcdonald-of-chem-aqua/?utm_campaign=5b05c55f2848a537e002841c&utm_content=5b8eb69a7ce8e8000102a026&utm_medium=smarpshare&utm_source=linkedin 

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August 31, 2018: Scaling UP H2O Podcast Plans to Celebrate

 SCALING UP! H2O, the water treater's podcast, will be celebrating Industrial Water Week from October 1-5, 2018.  The podcast, hosted by Trace Blackmore, will be dedicating a special show to each day of the week:  Pretreatment Monday, Boiler Tuesday, Cooling Wednesday, Wastewater Thursday, and Careers Friday. Learn more at the 2:28 mark at http://scalinguph2o.com/2018/08/31/046-the-one-about-phosphate-testing/ 

January 24, 2018

Industrial Water Week is a grassroots, international celebration of the Industrial Water Treatment profession.  Celebrating its first year, Industrial Water Week will be celebrated this coming October 1-5, 2018.  Each day has a topical them, including Pretreatment Monday, Boiler Tuesday, Cooling Wednesday, Wastewater Thursday, and Careers Friday.  Participants are encouraged to celebrate by posting selfies tagged with #IndustrialWaterWeek, sharing on social media, offering training, having local celebrations, write blogs, and many other creative ideas.  Professionals across the globe have already expressed their desires to participate.  Monthly videos and memes are released in the buildup to the eagerly anticipated event.  With other professionals being celebrated, it is past due for Industrial Water Treatment to have a holiday too.  


Industrial Water Treatment utilizes a wide range of skill sets that engages the mind and rewards curiosity. It encourages both independence and teamwork. It employs a diverse set of people. While not recession proof, it is often recession insulated because industrial, commercial, and institutional users still need well-managed water to keep their doors open.  Learn more at www.industrialwaterweek.com.  

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