Rudolph S. Chow, director of the City of Baltimore's Department of Public Works, shares three decades of insight in the course of 10 questions and answers.
Two case studies prove that the key to cost-effective condition assessment is choosing the right approach for your system.
If risk analysis isn’t in the pipeline, your asset management plan needs updating. Arcadis shares best practices to launch or update your program.
New research from the University of North Carolina assessed innovative water and wastewater projects around the country, highlighting positives and pitfalls that can steer future infrastructure investment.
The Mazzei Sidestream Venturi Injection – Pipeline Flash Reactor System provides a feasible alternative for dissolution of ozone at the Clark County Water Reclamation District (CCWRD) in Las Vegas, because it allowed for flexibility in basin design to meet geographic site constraints.
Recently, ASCE released its Infrastructure Report Card, giving the nation’s drinking water infrastructure a D: in poor to fair condition and mostly below standard. Many water utilities and communities are doing the hard but necessary thing in finding the resources to upgrade their aging water infrastructure. And, for those in earthquake prone areas, hopefully considering an earthquake resistant system.
Brentwood is committed to delivering high-quality products and services to our customers and the water industry. For this reason, we have invested, and continue to invest, in ensuring our products are certified to the NSF/ANSI Standard 61 for water treatment and distribution applications.
Water and wastewater equipment manufacturers have long advocated for changing the mindset of equipment procurement from low-bid to lowest life-cycle cost evaluation, as a means to encourage the growth of new technologies and to improve operating costs. This is a very daunting task. As a manufacturer, Aerzen faces the same challenge. We encourage the consulting engineers to compare manufacturers based on energy savings.
In a drastic about-face, California has gone from historically desperate drought conditions to an inundation of water that has brought its own set of problems.
Recently, the United Nations held a conference in Morocco related to climate change issues. The location of the conference had significant meaning because Africa has become a bellwether for the rest of the world when it comes to climate change. Desertification and rising sea levels both impact countries all over that continent.
Water utilities around the world are facing a growing need for investment.
The application period has been extended to June 20 for the 2017 Utility of the Future Today Recognition Program. Now in its second year, the program seeks to promote and recognize utilities that are building on a foundation of excellent management and help small, medium, and large utilities transform their operations over time.
Given the demands of an ever-increasing population and, in some regions, worsening drought conditions, water districts today are increasingly developing alternative water resources to supplement what has traditionally been a heavy reliance on groundwater.
Pipe and hardware companies are poised to benefit from heightening concerns about U.S. municipal water infrastructure and $300B of forecasted capital expenditures over the next decade, according to a new report from Bluefield Research, U.S. Municipal Pipe Markets: Trends, Opportunities and a Changing Competitive Landscape in Water.
New York state is trying to restore the health of its waterways through a major infrastructure bill passed last month.
As part of its observance of Infrastructure Week, the American Water Works Association announced the launch of its new Buried No Longer (BNL) tool.
Pittsburgh is trying to address lead in drinking water, but some officials say it is actually making the problem worse.
Innovative coating prevents corrosion of steel structures and appurtenances exposed to standing water, high humidity common in water treatment operations.
Industrial Realty Group (IRG) has contracted Veolia Energy Operating Services, LLC (Veolia) to operate and maintain its central utility plant and combined heat and power (CHP) facility in Pearl River, New York.
H2O Innovation Inc. (“H2O Innovation” or the “Corporation”) announces that it is launching an updated, higher-performing version of its system performance monitoring program, previously known as SPMCTM, now renamed Intelogx.