Funding News

  1. Costly Water Plant Overhaul Proved Hasty

    Modesto water customers are paying for an overhaul that improved their water treatment plant’s capacity. But was the upgrade necessary?

  2. Water Utility Shoots Down $748M Takeover Bid

    New England’s largest power utility attempted to acquire Connecticut Water Service, but the water provider blocked the deal.

  3. New Report Reveals Cost & Water Supply Benefits Of Southern California Stormwater Projects

    Recently the Southern California Water Coalition (SCWC) released a first of its kind whitepaper, Stormwater Capture: Enhancing Recharge and Direct Use Through Data Collection, assessing the cost and performance of current stormwater capture projects across the Southern California region – and what results could mean for future projects.

  4. New Measure Eligible For California's November 2018 Ballot

    Secretary of State Alex Padilla recently announced that an initiative is eligible for the November 6, 2018, General Election ballot.

  5. More Than $19M In Loans Awarded For Infrastructure Projects

    The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) is providing more than $19M in loans to fund municipal water and sewer projects to improve water quality and public health. The loans include nearly $M in principal loan forgiveness for employing green practices or for meeting affordability criteria

  6. Work Starts On $15M Upgrade At Morgan

    A $15M upgrade to the Morgan Water Treatment Plant began this week, to help meet future demand growth and further enhance the quality of drinking water SA Water supplies to more than 130 000 regional South Australians.

  7. Planning Permission Granted For Sustainable Wastewater Treatment System In Saleen

    Irish Water is pleased to confirm that planning permission has been granted to build an Integrated Constructed Wetland (ICW) to treat wastewater from the village of Saleen, Co. Cork. This project will support the continued growth and development of the community while also enhancing the local environment and improving water quality

  8. EPA Announces First Water Infrastructure Loan Under WIFIA

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its first-ever loan from the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program to King County, Washington, to help finance its Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station.

  9. OriginClear's WaterChain Issues Call For Self-Reliant Water Projects In Puerto Rico

    OriginClear Inc. (OTC/QB: OCLN), a leading provider of water treatment solutions, today announced that WaterChain, its decentralized water funding initiative, issued an open call for modular, on-site water treatment projects, with an early focus on the hurricane-affected island of Puerto Rico.

  10. Nearly 18K Detroit Homes Face Shutoff Threat

    Detroit plans to resume water shutoffs next month, and thousands of city residents could be affected.