RESILIENCY SOLUTIONS & INSIGHT FOR UTILITY MANAGERS
'Use It Or Lose It' vs. 'Reasonable Use'
Part II of III in the series “Extreme Events And Water Management In The Lower Missouri River Basin.”
State Of Utilities: Climate Change And The Obama Effect
The annual State of the Union address was met with the typical Monday-morning quarterbacking from all sides, and while I have no interest in parsing President Obama’s performance, his strong statement on climate change is worth noting. What does it mean for water and wastewater professionals?
LADWP Achieves Demand Management Goals With Unique Volumetric Rate Structure, Long-Term Planning
The Department of Water and Power (DWP) serves the City of Los Angeles and some small adjacent areas and is the one of the largest municipal utilities in the nation.
An interview with Mark Loveday, Manager, European Region and Mark Nicol, Business Development Manager - Asia Pacific.
Emergency Tank Repair Prevention And Preparation — Avoid Winter Woes
Drinking water tanks are surrounded by threats daily, but most problems associated with emergency tank repairs can be prevented. Extra time and maintenance may be needed to ensure the tank is protected, and water operators should have an effective plan to restore water services if a tank emergency does occur.
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4 Signs You Are Ready To Upgrade Your Wastewater Treatment Plant
There are a whole variety of reasons why operators and managers come to the decision that its time to upgrade their wastewater treatment plants.
On-Site Chlorine Generation: The Answer For This Reuse System
By making hypochlorite solution only as needed, the compact Constant Chlor unit brings efficiency, consistency to water reuse system.
A New York Integrator Compares Hosted And Traditional SCADA
The typical SCADA system is a diverse collection of hardware and software spread over a large geographical area.
Water Management And Sustainability In Canadian Cities
With climate change already showing adverse effects on our local resources, people, landscapes and infrastructure, what does this mean for the future of sustainable Canadian cities?
A Beginner’s Guide To On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation
Why buy, transport, and store chlorine when you can make your own? Here are nine questions to consider before adopting the practice.
Akron Increased Water Revenue By $255,000 With Simple Trick
Akron, OH has found a way to earn an extra $255,000 over two years at its water and wastewater facilities.
REPORT: Water Demand Offset Programs Offer A Path To Sustainable Community Development
Amidst growing demands on water resources, water demand offset and water-neutral growth programs show promise as an effective way for communities to support sustainable growth, according to a new report released recently by the Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE).
EPA Awarding Grants To Protect And Restore Wetlands
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is awarding $1M in grants to strengthen the capacity of states and tribes to protect and restore wetlands.
St. Louis Sees Water As A Money Maker
Can water become an economic engine for St. Louis?
Smart H2O Summit Announces Partnership With The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Smart H2O Summit is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.
Statement By National Association Of Water Companies Executive Director Michael Deane On Obama Administration’s Water Infrastructure Proposals
The National Association of Water Companies applauds the Obama Administration for its proposals recently to accelerate the important role of private sector capital and expertise in improving the nation’s infrastructure, including its critical drinking water and wastewater systems.
EPA Launches Finance Center To Improve Community Water Infrastructure And Resiliency
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency launched the Water Infrastructure and Resiliency Finance Center today to help communities across the country improve their wastewater, drinking water and stormwater systems, particularly through innovative financing and by building resilience to climate change.
Christie Administration Announces Award Of $38M Contract For Monmouth County Beach Project
The Christie Administration, in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, recently announced the award of a $38M contract to reconstruct beaches, stormwater outfalls and implement modifications to existing groins in the area of Loch Arbour and Deal in Monmouth County.
Algae Blooms Create Their Own Favorable Conditions, New Study Finds
Fertilizers are known to promote the growth of toxic cyanobacterial blooms in freshwater and oceans worldwide, but a new multi-institution study shows the aquatic microbes themselves can drive nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in a combined one-two punch in lakes.
International Water Summit (IWS): Premier Global Forum To Drive Actionable Water Security Solutions
Global water leaders representing private industry, the public sector and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) will convene in Abu Dhabi next month to attend the International Water Summit (IWS).