Funding Solutions & Insight for Utility Managers

  1. The Case For Decentralized Wastewater Treatment

    Is on-site wastewater treatment the wave of the future? Two representatives from Infiltrator Water Technologies discuss the benefits.

  2. Jersey Strong: A Q&A With Public Utility Commissioner Mary-Anna Holden

    Commissioner Mary-Anna Holden has been on the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities since 2012. As a mayor and councilwoman of Madison, NJ for 14 years, Holden chaired the water and wastewater utilities.

  3. 10 Exciting Technologies From WEFTEC

    Judging by WEFTEC 2015, the water industry is on a roll.

  4. The Next Stage Of Treatment: Water Resource Recovery

    David St. Pierre takes “waste” out of the term “wastewater,” leading by example as executive director of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD). Here he shares MWRD’s initiatives and his vision of the future.

  5. 5 On 5: Water Leaders Address Key Industry Challenges

    At a recent panel event, five of the top utility professionals in North America tackled five hot topics in water and wastewater.

  6. Life-Cycle Cost Analysis: How To Do It Right

    As a professional engineer, you are charged with protecting the public interest. You are obligated to use your training and experience to technically evaluate various project alternatives, analyze financial implications and make expert recommendations as a result.

  7. Roundtable Series: Achieving Energy Neutrality

    Wastewater is a renewable resource and a new trend in wastewater treatment is emerging: energy neutrality. In this third and final segment of the roundtable discussions, an expert panel discusses barriers to energy neutrality, but also what will open the door to setting a goal towards, and achieving, energy neutrality.

  8. The Top Water/Wastewater Infrastructure Projects In North America

    CG/LA Infrastructure has released its annual ‘Strategic 100 North America’ report, a ranking of the highest-value public projects set to move forward in the next 18 months, and only nine of the 100 are from the water/wastewater sector. What gives?

  9. Arsenic Update: Top Technologies Revealed

    The federal regulation for arsenic has been in place since 2002, and yet many utilities remain noncompliant. The culprit isn’t treatment capability, but cost. It happens that the most popular treatment technique is also quite expensive — but it doesn’t have to be.

  10. Stickney Phosphorus Reactor Lift

    Construction of the world’s largest phosphorus recovery facility continues at our Stickney Water Reclamation Plant. On July 22, one of three reactors was lifted, rotated and placed into the building. This time-lapse video shows a portion of the process which required approximately 50 minutes to complete.