Coupled with growing public interest in where exactly the food on our tables comes from is a concern for the control of water pollution. Recent droughts in otherwise typical farmland have raised the public eye to the use of water during shortages as it relates to agricultural practices. Working in a comprehensive system, the same way we conserve energy, we make sure that the work we do does not tinge water quality of the locations in which we work. Through close work with river and drainage districts and both state and local governments, we better utilize water resources while bringing technologies to the table that improve practices in water supply and treatment. We keep factors like algae and parasitic growth in check, without a blind environmentalist focus.