Utility Management News

  1. Crane Engineering Awarded $4.2M Grant To Design, Build And Test A Human Waste Treatment Solution That Increases Safe Sanitation In Developing Countries

    Crane Engineering was awarded a $4.2M grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to advance development of the Mobile Septage Treatment System — a new sanitation technology that processes human fecal sludge into non-potable water for agricultural or industrial use.

  2. Veolia Commences Irish Water’s Major Upgrade To The Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Working in partnership with Irish Water, Veolia, the global resource management company has commenced work on an €80M and 400,000 population equivalent upgrade to the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant.

  3. UTILIS Earns Honors As A Most Innovative Company In Israel, As Fast Company Announces World’s Most Innovative Companies

    UTILIS has been bestowed a significant acknowledgement by Fast Company recently having announced its annual ranking of the world’s Most Innovative Companies (MIC) for 2018.

  4. Team Of Architects, Engineers, Designers, And Urban Planners To Design Coastal Resilience For Bridgeport, Connecticut

    WSP, Arcadis, Waggonner & Ball, and Yale Urban Design Workshop recently announced their selection to design resilience measures to minimize flood risk and account for sea level rise affecting Bridgeport’s South End businesses and residents.

  5. UK CAER Grant Seeks To Improve Industrial Water Treatment Technology

    The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research has received a $740,000 grant from the United States Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE NETL) that seeks to lower the cost for and improve the efficiency of industrial water treatment.

  6. 'Dysfunctional' Trenton Utility Promises Fixes

    “If Trenton has failed to meet critical deadlines in the past, why does the state think that will change in the future? In a head-scratching move, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) entered into a contract with the city, allowing for an extension for Trenton to fix its constant and growing issues at Trenton Water Works (TWW),” The Trentonian reported, calling the utility “dysfunctional.”

  7. UK Minister Of State For Africa Visits Cameroon Showing Support For Biwater’s Water Supply Scheme Contract

    As part of an official visit to Cameroon last week, Harriett Baldwin MP, Minister of State for Africa, visited Cameroon’s water utility corporation (Camwater), showing support for Biwater’s project in Cameroon.

  8. Aqualia And Majis Sign The Joint Venture That Will Manage The Water Facilities Of The Port Of Sohar (Oman)

    The joint venture Oman Sustainable Water Services, SAOC, integrated by Aqualia and the public company Majis Industrial Services (Majis), of the Oman Investment Fund will manage during the next 20 years the operation and maintenance of all services related to water in the port area from the city of Sohar, the most important city in northern Oman.

  9. OC Agencies Set Guinness World Records Title For Most Wastewater Recycled Into Drinking Water In 24 Hours

    The Orange County Water District (OCWD) and Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD) recently succeeded in the attempt to set a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM title for the Most wastewater recycled to drinking water in 24 hours.

  10. Rich D’Amato, President And Chief Operating Officer, Named Successor To Craig Goehring As Chief Executive Officer Of Brown And Caldwell

    Brown and Caldwell, a market leading environmental engineering and construction firm,recently announced that as part of its planned succession of leadership, Craig Goehring has transitioned from Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to Executive Chairman, and Rich D’Amato, President and Chief Operating Officer (COO), has been promoted to CEO.