Utility Management News

  1. Ostara And Krevox Partner To Build Nutrient Recovery Facility At Cielcza Sewage Treatment Plant To Reduce Phosphorus And Protect The Baltic Sea
    6/20/2018

    Ostara and Krevox announced today they have partnered to build a nutrient recovery facility at the Cielcza Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) to aid in the reduction of phosphorus being emitted to the Baltic Sea.

  2. New Report Launched To Help Water Companies Improve Efficiencies And Combat Waste
    6/19/2018

    TALIS, one of the world’s leading providers of water flow control solutions, is acting to help prevent endemic waste in the water sector, stemming from what it believes is a failure to make the best buying decisions for non-standard applications.

  3. Foxconn To Adopt World-Class Water Recycling Technology At Wisconn Valley Science And Technology Park
    6/19/2018

    As part of its long-term effort to protect the environment in Wisconsin, Foxconn Technology Group (Foxconn) today announced that it will voluntarily adopt a leading-edge water recycling system at the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park in Racine County.

  4. How Denver’s Water Architects Predicted The Future
    6/18/2018

    The architects of Denver’s water infrastructure had a knack for predicting the future. They planned for the population of the city to grow.

  5. Koch Membrane Systems PURON MBR Product Selected For One Of The Largest MBR Projects In China
    6/18/2018

    Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. (Koch), a global leader in membrane filtration technologies, announced today its PURON Membrane Bio-Reactor (MBR) modules have been selected for the Ji’nan Wastewater Treatment Plant I and Plant II Expansion Project.

  6. After Hurricane, Puerto Rico Water Difficulties Remain
    6/18/2018

    Hurricane Maria decimated Puerto Rico’s drinking water infrastructure last September.

  7. California Water Responds To SJW’s Rejection Of Its Cash Tender Offer
    6/15/2018

    California Water Service Group (“California Water”) recently issued the following statement in response to SJW Group’s (NYSE: SJW) (“SJW”) rejection of its cash tender offer to acquire all outstanding shares of SJW for $68.25 per share in cash.

  8. Water Infrastructure Jobs Pay Up To 50 Percent More To Hundreds Of Thousands Of Workers, Says New Brookings Report
    6/14/2018

    Building off previous workforce research, the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program has released a first-of-its-kind analysis of jobs involved in the construction, operation, and maintenance of the country’s water infrastructure.

  9. San Diego’s Water Planning To Be Enhanced By Expert Services From DNV GL
    6/14/2018

    The City of San Diego has awarded a multi-million, five-year consulting contract to DNV GL, which provides the Synergi Water hydraulic modeling software solution for improvement of water quality and reduction of leaks.

  10. How Microgrids Could Boost Resilience In New Orleans
    6/14/2018

    During Hurricane Katrina and other severe storms that have hit New Orleans, power outages, flooding and wind damage combined to cut off people from clean drinking water, food, medical care, shelter, prescriptions and other vital services.