Mary Beth Nevulis is the managing editor of Storm Water Solutions. Nevulis can be reached at [email protected]
Jul 16, 2013

Extra, Extra

Use of social media continues to expand, and the storm water and erosion control industry has been in step with this trend. Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other sites are a great way to disseminate information about your business or association, share interesting articles about our industry, comment on recent legislation or issues in the news, and start discussions with colleagues and followers.
One of Storm Water Solutions’ favorite ways to get and give information is through Twitter. These are some Twitter accounts we like to follow for industry news:
  • Clean Rivers Campaign @CleanRiversPGH
  • Our Water Counts @OurWaterCounts
  • The Nature Conservancy @NatureConservancy
  • EPA WaterSense @EPAwatersense
  • APWA @APWAtweets
  • WateReuse Assn. @WateReuseAssoci
  • Eco News Network @econewsnetwork
  • Clean Rivers @CleanRiverTips
  • LEEDStormwater @LEEDstormwater
  • Stormwater USA @StormwaterUSA
  • International Erosion Control Assn. @IECARegion1
  • U.S. Water Alliance: @WaterAlliance
  • NRDC Water: @NRDCWater
  • American Rivers: @AmericanRivers
  • Clean Water Network: @CleanWaterNet
And don’t forget to follow SWS on Twitter: @swsmag.