The Hidden Workforce Transition Underway
As water system owners contemplate retirement, they should also ponder the fate of their businesses and the options available for the transition of assets.
2021 Prime For Water Infrastructure Contracting Opportunities
Industry leaders throughout America are sounding alarms about the dire state of water infrastructure in the U.S. A new report warns that too many public officials are ignoring repercussions that can be anticipated because of under-investing in drinking water resources and wastewater systems each year.
InfoAsset Planner Helps The Largest US Water And Wastewater Utility Save 10% A Year
Large utilities need to maintain high levels of service when it comes to water and wastewater systems. If they do not they risk failures, fines, and costly reactive maintenance. This specific organization was looking to find a solution that could improve decision support models and monitoring data integrity.
4 Lessons From A Dutch Utility Circular Collaboration
On the surface, beauty products and water treatment are worlds apart. After all, the glitz and glamour of cosmetics and utility-scale operations don't often mix.
$1.5 Billion Investment On Tap For Denver Water System
New treatment plant, the Lead Reduction Program, water main upgrades, and more make up five-year capital plan.
Ignoring Country’s Water, Wastewater Infrastructure Needs Laced With Peril
Most of the country’s water infrastructure is either at, or very near, the end of its useful life. At a time when funding is scarce and public officials are distracted with other critical issues, something must be done.
Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay: COVID-19’s Implications For Water Utility Funding
Water and wastewater utilities that were already financially strapped before the pandemic have seen a decrease in revenue because of it. How can these utilities adapt and survive, or even thrive, in the shadow of COVID-19?
Harnessing The Power Of Data For On-Time And On-Budget Water Projects
When it comes to designing and constructing water and wastewater treatment plants, predictable outcomes are a crucial element for project management teams. Accurately monitoring a project’s schedule and budget is critical to successful delivery.
WWEMA Joins Other Water Leaders To Create Joint Funding And Policy Paper
The Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA) recently joined with other national water associations to develop a joint paper titled Sustainable Solutions for America’s Water and Wastewater Infrastructure: Urgent Funding and Policy Considerations.
Bond Sale And Refi To Save Water Users At Least $17.5 Million Over Time
Denver Water raises about $300 million to help pay for capital improvements and minimize future rate increases.