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.
An Infrastructure Stimulus Will Make America More Resilient, If We Get It Right
Congress is currently focused on passing a series of stimulus relief bills to support medical professionals, hospitals, individuals and small businesses in an attempt to mitigate the worst effects of the global coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 Is A Chance To Invest In Our Essential Infrastructure Workforce
Even as the COVID-19 pandemic keeps millions of people home and many businesses shuttered for social distancing, up to 62 million essential workers are still reporting to their jobs in hospitals, grocery stores, and other critical industries. They are on the frontlines against the coronavirus, vital to our public health and economic survival.
Small Private Utilities Are Looking For Standardization Of Water And Wastewater Solutions
The traditional method of bringing water and wastewater solutions to a growing community or sprawling commercial or home development has been via municipal or county government funds to build the infrastructure of networks and systems.
Large Water Projects Of Every Kind Coming In 2020
Clean and adequate water resources are essential components of human existence. For many years, government leaders had few problems providing this precious resource. That’s no longer the case, and companies interested in contracting with government to fix water problems will find an abundance of opportunities in 2020.
50+ Links To Assist Small, Stressed Water Utilities
While any drinking water or wastewater treatment operation can be challenged by demands from changing seasonal conditions or regulatory requirements, those pressures can quickly compound for personnel forced to wear multiple hats at small- to medium-sized utilities. Here are scores of links to helpful resources for such operators for the municipalities and consulting engineers who work with them.
Progressive WTP Positions Growing Colorado City For The Future
Facing source water issues that demanded a new water treatment plant (WTP), the City of Thornton turned to progressive design-build to deliver a modern, flexible fix.
$1.3 Billion Investment On Tap For Denver Water System
From the pipes under city streets to a field north of Golden, Denver Water’s five-year capital plan calls for major investments in its water quality and delivery system.
Urgency Needed In Advancing Water Infrastructure Projects
How frightening is it to imagine a day without adequate water supply? Or, a time when drinking water is no longer safe?