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Beer from Sewage: Pure Water Brew Smackdown

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Earlier this year, Team Sheepscot made our first foray into WWE-style trash-talk videos. (We can only hope it’s not our last.) The occasion? Clean Water Services needed a quick ‘n’ dirty video about Pure Water Brew, a beer brewed with recycled wastewater, to show at an upcoming water conference.

Pure Water Brew is a radical experiment aimed at changing how the public thinks about water reuse. The brew is made with effluent (read: sewer water!) that’s been purified to exacting standards; the purified water is cleaner than the water that comes out of your tap, and perfect for brewing beer.

Searching for a lighthearted way to showcase this project at the water conference WEFTEC, Clean Water Services decided to go toe-to-toe with a similar beer brewed out of another great beer city: Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Activated Sludge.

We spliced this video together out of a quick afternoon’s shooting at Clean Water Services and some iPhone footage from the team in Milwaukee.

The rivalry is all in good fun, of course, because both teams have the same ultimate goal: Changing the way the public thinks about recycled water. By partnering with Oregon brewers to make beer from wastewater, Clean Water Services hopes to inspire a public conversation about water reuse. And what better way to combat the “ick” factor than by turning recycled sewer water into something so delicious?

Tree for All: One Community, One Million Trees

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In 2014, Tree for All’s public and private partners in the Tualatin River watershed set out to plant a million trees and shrubs in one planting season.

It was a privilege to document the Tree for All project for our clients at Clean Water Services, and to see first-hand the incredible work done by regional partners like Friends of Trees, Solve, Cascade Education Corps, Westside Economic Alliance, Scholls Valley Native Nursery LLC, and many more.

Nine months after volunteers put the first tree in the ground, we’re proud to share their story.