Over the course of 2021, we published dozens of newsletters relaying the most important and applicable information throughout the year. There were some sources that stood out to our readers more than others. Listed below are the most clicked sources that were listed in our newsletters throughout 2021. ‘They thought I was so low’: Women say they were harassed, bullied, ignored at the powerful water agency This Los Angeles Times article discusses the experiences of three different women in the water industry around California who have each experienced various forms of harassment at work. Water Infrastructure Receives Low Grades on ASCE Infrastructure Report Card The water sector continued to receive poor marks on the American Society of Civil Engineers 2021 Infrastructure Report Card. Florida Officials Warn of 20-Foot ‘Wall of Water’ if Reservoir Breaches A wastewater treatment facility in Piney Point Florida had a leak so concerning it caused hundreds of people in the surrounding area to be evacuated. Deadly Water Tank Explosion Caught on Astonishing Video in Central Valley A 1.5 million gallon city water tank exploded in Central Valley California and it was caught on camera. Chlorine Shortage: Cities Ask People to Reduce Water Use States across the West were experiencing a chlorine shortage that was beginning to impact their drinking water utilities. Worsening Climate Extremes and Failing Infrastructure are Inexorably Intertwined In the United States, we are seeing that the effects of climate change are exacerbated because of the country's failing infrastructure. Ida Remnants Pound Northeast With Rain, Flooding, Tornadoes Hurricane Ida wreaked havoc on water and wastewater utilities across the country. “Flushable” Wipes are Ruining Sewage Plants Verge Science explains why "flushable" wipes are not actually flushable. Resilient Strategies Guide for Water Utilities This tool can help utilities develop plans that address their unique needs and priorities. WEF Announces Operator Scholarships The Water Environmental Federation (WEF) announced the availability of scholarships of $2,500 to $5,000 for operators seeking certification or professional development. River Runner Tool This innovative tool can be used to track the path of a raindrop from anywhere in the United States. Water Affordability Dashboard A dashboard of information about the cost of water services and affordability for single-family residential homes in the United States. Child Dresses Up as Water Tower for Halloween A TikTok video went viral of a little girl who dressed up as a water tower for Halloween. Operator Educates Millions on TikTok A wastewater treatment plant operator gained millions of views on TikTok after posting numerous informational videos on various wastewater topics.