Utility Management News

  1. Brown and Caldwell Strengthens Position In Water Reuse With Strategic Hires

    Brown and Caldwell, a leading environmental engineering and construction firm, recently announced the expansion of the firm’s water reuse practice with four key hires. The additions of Dr. Kati Bell, Melanie Holmer, Dr. Allegra da Silva, and Melissa Meeker will provide industry-recognized expertise to clients on a host of water and environmental challenges, further establishing Brown and Caldwell’s position as reuse and One Water leader.

  2. Engineered Polymer Membranes Could Be New Option For Water Treatment

    The world’s freshwater resources are in short supply. According to the United Nations, water scarcity affects an estimated 1.9 billion people and 2.1 billion people live with drinking water services that are not safely managed.

  3. Fresno Eases Reliance On Groundwater With New Plant

    Despite years of reliance on groundwater to meet its drinking water needs, Fresno is now giving surface water a chance.

  4. BASF And Solenis To Join Forces By Combining Paper And Water Chemicals Businesses

    On May 2, 2018, BASF and Solenis have signed an agreement to join forces by combining BASF’s paper wet-end and water chemicals business with Solenis.

  5. Advanced Asset Management Strategies To Drive $41B In Water Utility Savings Over Next Decade

    Smarter, more advanced asset management strategies will save water utilities US$41.9B in capital expenditures by 2027, according to a new report from Bluefield Research. These savings stem from the proliferation of new technology solutions and companies adjusting their business models to serve the municipal water sector.

  6. CCWA Earns Industry Awards During Recent Spring Conference

    Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) employees brought home several awards from the Georgia Association of Water Professionals' (GAWP) recent Spring Conference.

  7. DC Water Board Of Directors Selects New CEO And General Manager

    The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority’s Board of Directors recently named David L. Gadis as the new permanent Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of DC Water. Mr. Gadis was selected after a nationwide search that attracted more than 100 candidates.

  8. NRW Leads The Way In Cleaning Up The Polluted Legacy Of Our Industrial Past

    Modern Wales has often paid a heavy price for its industrial past which has left its scars across the landscape.

  9. Secretary Elaine L. Chao, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Business And Labor Leaders To Kick Off The 6th Annual Infrastructure Week (May 14-21, 2018)

    In its sixth year, Infrastructure Week is poised to have its biggest year yet. Infrastructure Week 2018 will kick off with simultaneous events at Washington, DC's and Los Angeles' Union Stations on Monday, May 14.

  10. Gort And Spiddal Water Treatment Plants To Receive Upgrade By Irish Water As Part Of €1.54M Investment

    Irish Water, working in partnership with Galway County Council, is investing €1.54M to upgrade the Gort and Spiddal Regional Water Supply Schemes. This investment will benefit over 5,000 customers and ensure both treatment plants can meet demand for treated water in their respective areas.