Funding News

  1. H.M. Government Of Gibraltar Awards An Advance Works Contract For Its Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Modern Water plc, the owner of leading technologies for water and wastewater treatment and for the monitoring of water quality, is pleased to announce significant progress on the Wastewater Treatment Project in Gibraltar, first announced on 6 October 2014.

  2. Brown And Caldwell SVP Stephen Gates Elected 2018 President Of Water Design-Build Council Board Of Directors

    Brown and Caldwell, a leading environmental engineering and construction firm, announced recently that Senior Vice President Steve Gates has been elected 2018 President of the Water Design-Build Council (WDBC) Board.

  3. EPA Awards $10.7M To American Samoa For Environmental Protection

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $2.3M to the American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency (AS-EPA) to strengthen its capacity to protect human health and the environment, while the American Samoa Power Authority (ASPA) has been awarded $8.4M for water infrastructure projects.

  4. OMNETRIC Group Finds Cloud-Based Analytics Solutions Can Generate Millions In Additional Savings From AMI Investments

    OMNETRIC Group recently reveals that implementation of utility-specific analytics solutions powered by market-leading technology, such as Siemens EnergyIP, could save US water utilities millions a year by reducing the amount of water lost from the distribution network.

  5. Upgrade Begins To Ballinakill Wastewater Treatment Plant, Co. Laois

    Irish Water is commencing work to upgrade the Ballinakill Wastewater Treatment Plant in Co. Laois. The €50,000 investment will improve the level of treatment at the plant and improve the discharge quality of treated water from the plant into the River Ballymaddock.

  6. Solar Array Opened In State College At Authority Site

    The University Area Joint Authority, RETTEW, and PACE Energy yesterday formally opened a solar array in State College, Pa.

  7. Upgrade To Tinure Wastewater Treatment Plant, Co. Louth

    On Monday, 22 January, Irish Water will commence work to upgrade the Tinure Wastewater Treatment Plant in Co. Louth. The €260,000 investment includes the construction of a new storm water holding tank and pumping station and the installation of new inlet screening at the wastewater treatment plant.

  8. Now Public, Utility Still Faces Infrastructure Challenges

    The water system in Missoula, MT, had been private for over a century. In June, the city regained ownership of the system and over six months later, it’s interesting to see where the transition stands.

  9. ING Commits EUR 100 Million To Fund Sustainable Investments

    ING has launched Sustainable Investments, committing EUR 100 million of capital for investments to support sustainable ’scale-ups’ with a proven concept and a positive environmental impact.

  10. Statement From NACWA CEO Adam Krantz On Infrastructure Proposal Released By House Problem Solvers Caucus

    “The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) commends the House Problem Solvers Caucus Infrastructure Working Group for their bipartisan proposal to improve our nation’s infrastructure. We thank co-chairs Congressman John Katko and Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty for leading this effort, and offering us an opportunity over the past few months to discuss NACWA’s priorities, many of which have been included in the plan.