Funding Solutions & Insight for Utility Managers

  1. Making The Most Of AMI

    The notion of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), if not its practice, has become ubiquitous in the water industry. It’s hard to escape the feeling that following the evolution from manual to drive-by metering, the power and efficiency of AMI will soon become a utility standard.

  2. People Leverage Technology To Transform Plant Processes

    Regardless of how the many wastewater treatment plants across North America and the world are configured, their missions are the same. At the core of their operations, these facilities are charged with maximizing the efficiency of managing their wastewater and water resources.

  3. What’s Going On At The EPA?

    Three U.S. EPA officials share their perspective on the hottest topics in water and wastewater and the current state of rulemaking.

  4. 'Waters Of The U.S.' And WIFIA: A View From The States

    The president of the Association of Clean Water Agencies shares his thoughts on the controversial “Waters of the United States” rule and the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA).

  5. Financial Aid For Utilities: Do You Qualify?

    We have the technology to make treatment plants of the future, but innovation can be expensive. Enter the federal government, offering billions in loans to finance new builds and plant upgrades.

  6. The Surprising Money-Saving Solution For Utilities

    At first glance, promoting conservation would seem like a poor financial decision for utilities to make. Less water use equals less money right? Not always. 

  7. Do You Know The Value Of Decentralized Infrastructure?

    According to the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association, onsite and decentralized wastewater treatment systems are an important part of a country’s permanent wastewater infrastructure. 

  8. The Safe Drinking Water Act Turns 40: What’s Next?

    Rob Renner, executive director of the Water Research Foundation (WRF), talks with Water Online about the impacts of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) over the past 40 years and what is on the horizon for the drinking water sector.

  9. WIFIA, AWWA, And The Future Of Infrastructure Improvements

    David LaFrance, the CEO of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), kicked off ACE14 by speaking with Todd and Todd of Water Online Radio about AWWA, this year's conference, and some of the largest topics affecting the water industry.

  10. Is Design-Build The Future For The Water Sector?

    Design, bid, build. For years, those three steps have been the standard way to get a water or wastewater project accomplished.  But an alternative project delivery method is gaining ground.