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8 Straight From the Source
Executive Director Report
9 Drips & Droplets
10 Young Professionals
26 Advertisers Index
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S URCE Volume 27 • Number 1 Winter 2013
12 Fall 2012 Conference photos
14 The Journey that
Launched a Revolution
17 Is It an EPA Regulatory Tweak
or Paradigm Shift?
20 Lowering THM Levels and
Achieving Stage 2 DBP Rule
Compliance with In-Tank Aeration
24 California’s Sustainable
Future: Understanding the
Water-Energy Nexus Vital to