Funding News

  1. Sizing Up New York’s Wastewater Treatment Facilities

    A new report published in the February 24th issue of the Water Research journal evaluates New York State’s publicly-owned treatment works (POTWs) and asks the question, “Is Bigger Better?”

  2. SJW Group And Connecticut Water Service, Inc. To Combine In All-Stock Transaction To Create Leading Water Utility Company

    SJW Group and Connecticut Water Service, Inc. today announced that both companies' boards of directors have unanimously approved a definitive agreement to combine through a merger of equals to create the 3rd largest investor-owned water and wastewater utility in the United States, based on pro forma enterprise value and combined rate base.

  3. Seven Colleges Earn $10,000 Grants To Research Conservation Technologies, Programs Through World Water Forum

    Seven California colleges and universities have been selected to receive grants to fund proposals to develop new water conservation and supply technologies in support of a more sustainable water future, as part of the 2018 Southern California World Water Forum.

  4. Irish Water Turns The Sod On €3.5M Investment To Upgrade Critical Wastewater Infrastructure In Manorhamilton And Mohill

    Irish Water, in partnership with Leitrim County Council, today (Friday) turned the sod to mark the start of upgrade works on the Manorhamilton and Mohill Wastewater Treatment Plants, as part of a €3.5M investment by national utility.

  5. Lawmaker Introduces Anti-Shutoff Bill

    Water affordability is an increasing cause of concern in California, where water rates are climbing and many residents cannot keep up.

  6. NRWA Statement On Small Water Systems – False Narrative

    The National Rural Water Association (NRWA) cautions policymakers against accepting the “false narrative” that small and rural community water systems are unsustainable and new federal statutory and regulatory authority to usurp local governments’ authority is the answer.

  7. Troubled Water Utilities A Hot Ticket Item

    Consolidation is a feature of the water business across the country. What makes troubled water utilities an attractive purchase?

  8. ‘Financial Mismanagement’ At Jersey City Water Authority

    Trenton isn’t the only city in New Jersey struggling with deep-seated issues. Jersey City is also making headlines for its water management challenges.

  9. NSF Fiscal Year 2019 Budget To Advance Innovation, Infrastructure

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) released more detailed information regarding President Donald J. Trump's Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 NSF budget request to Congress.

  10. Bureau Of Reclamation Announces Desalination And Water Purification Research Program Funding Opportunity

    The Bureau of Reclamation has released a funding opportunity through its Desalination and Water Purification Research Program for fiscal year 2018. This funding opportunity invites private industry, universities, water utilities, and other research sponsors to submit proposals to cost share laboratory scale and pilot scale projects that address DWPR program goals and objectives.