Asset Management News

  1. Idaho Town’s Wastewater Funding Questions Mirror Nation’s

    The line that a wastewater utility in Nampa, ID, is attempting to straddle this month is emblematic of the nation’s struggle to address the costs of desperately needed treatment plant upgrades.

  2. Trenton Water Utility Faces Criticism From State

    New Jersey environmental regulators are putting pressure on officials in the state capital to fix the city’s struggling water utility.

  3. Xylem To Acquire Pure Technologies, A Leader In Smart Infrastructure Assessment And Management For The Water Industry

    Xylem Inc., a leading global water technology company, recently announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire all the issued and outstanding shares of Pure Technologies Ltd. (Pure) for CAD $9.00 per share in cash, representing an enterprise value of CAD$509M, or USD$397M.

  4. Iowa Has Secured $12 Million For Water Projects

    At a time when many water systems around the country need all the help they can get with protecting source water, maintaining infrastructure, and eliminating contaminants, the state of Iowa has secured a critical boost.

  5. Oregon Wastewater Plant Called Out For Multiple Violations

    A wastewater treatment plant in Oregon came under fire last month for negligent practices that have been harmful to the environment.

  6. Carmel Contracts With Woolpert For Engineering, Streets Asset Management Implementation

    The city of Carmel, Ind., has hired Woolpert to implement its Cityworks Asset Management System (AMS) for its Engineering and Streets departments, continuing an organic, in-house approach to managing and maintaining assets throughout the northern Indianapolis suburb.

  7. Black & Veatch Announces Formation Of Atonix Digital

    Reflecting the growing convergence of data-driven software applications with its core client services, Black & Veatch, a leading engineering, construction and consulting company, recently announced the creation of Atonix Digital, LLC.

  8. Is An 'Open Internet' Needed For Water Data?

    Researchers at Duke University and the Aspen Institute are trying to improve the availability of water quality data by proposing an “open internet of water.”

  9. City Of Oceanside Strikes Sustainable Gold

    The City of Oceanside hosted a grand opening on November 8 to celebrate the City’s first LEED-certified project. The new Mission Basin Groundwater Purification Facility Operation Building, located at 215 Fireside Drive, achieved LEED Gold certification through the LEED green building program.

  10. Wastewater Facilities Make Solar Power Strides

    Once considered a fanciful notion of the future, wastewater treatment plants around the country are now making solar powered operations a reality.