Funding News

  1. Saudi Ministry Of Environment, Water And Agriculture Signs Contract For The First Independent Sewage Treatment Plant Project (ISTP) In The Kingdom

    HE Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture, Chairman of the Water and Electricity Company, Chairman of the Supervisory Committee for Privatization in the Environment, Water and Agriculture Sectors – Eng.

  2. DWR Initiates Multi-Benefit, Tidal Restoration Project Through Public-Private Partnership

    As part of its ongoing commitment to restore Delta ecosystems and habitat, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) recently took a significant step in launching a 3,000-acre multi-benefit tidal wetlands restoration project in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

  3. President Signs Integrated Planning Bill Into Law, NACWA Touts Greater Long-Term Certainty For Clean Water Investments In Communities

    The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) applauds the President's signing of the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act into law on January 14, 2019.

  4. Water Environment Federation Joins 90 Organizations Urging Congress To Fund Water Infrastructure

    The Water Environment Federation and 90 other organizations have sent a letter to Congress urging the funding of water infrastructure.

  5. ACWA Comments On Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Proposed Tax On Drinking Water

    ACWA Deputy Executive Director for Government Relations Cindy Tuck issued the following statement in response to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposal to tax water, which was part of his proposed 2019-20 state budget released recently.

  6. RETTEW Transitions To Full ESOP Ownership

    A Lancaster-based engineering and environmental consulting company is now 100 percent employee owned, through an Employee Stock Ownership Plan. The transaction was effective Jan. 2.

  7. Veolia And Anglian Water Target Over £1M Savings Through Process Optimisation

    As part of a new framework contract with Anglian Water, Veolia is targeting savings of £1.07M through process optimisation and energy management, and reducing the water company’s carbon footprint.

  8. MDEQ Announces A ‘Second Call’ For Projects – Over $60M Available In Drinking Water Infrastructure Loans

    The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) is soliciting for more Drinking Water Revolving Fund (DWRF) projects to receive below market rate loan financing in the present fiscal year (FY) 2019.

  9. Hawaii Public Utilities Commission Approves Proposed Decision For Hawaii Water Service’s Waikoloa Village Systems

    Hawaii Water Service (Hawaii Water), a subsidiary of California Water Service Group (NYSE: CWT), received approval from the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (Commission) to increase annual revenues by approximately $825,000, effective Jan. 1, 2019, and $34,000, effective Jan. 1, 2020, to reflect infrastructure improvements made as well as increases in operating costs in its Waikoloa Village service area.

  10. NACWA: Congress Passes Bipartisan Integrated Planning Bill, Provides Communities Greater Long-Term Certainty For Clean Water Investments

    The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) applauds Congress for its strong bipartisan action in passing the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act.