A new journal article from Abt Associates and partners offers key lessons for making research on climate change meet the specific needs of water utilities.
The Joint Water Commission (JWC) the primary drinking water supplier in Washington County, Ore., owned in partnership by the Cities of Hillsboro, Beaverton, Forest Grove and the Tualatin Valley Water District selected CH2M to deliver a multi-year water treatment facility plan and expansion project for the JWC Water Treatment Plant.
WateReuse Arizona selected Tucson, Ariz.'s Potable Water Reuse Pilot as its 2016 Project of the Year recipient. The six-month pilot test was conducted by CH2M under a tailored collaboration project between Tucson Water and the University of Arizona for the WateReuse Research Foundation (WRRF-13-09).
A Nature Conservancy report explores the use of creative impact investing solutions to alleviate water scarcity, restore ecosystems, support farmers and drive sustainable water management, especially in areas where water trading exists and water use is dominated by irrigated agriculture.
DC Water awards CH2M/Parsons joint venture team major water and wastewater capital improvement program
The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) selected CH2M and Parsons, as part of a joint venture team, to perform program management services for the development and implementation of DC Water's $1.3 billion capital improvement program.
As the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) this month launches a comprehensive system for forecasting water resources in the United States, it is turning to technology developed by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and its university and agency collaborators.
A partnership of water sector organizations announced the recipients of the inaugural Utility of the Future (UOTF) Today Recognition Program. The program celebrates the progress and exceptional performance of wastewater utilities while supporting the widespread adoption of the innovative UOTF business model.
The first Arcadis Sustainable Cities Water Index shows that North American cities, threatened by both water scarcity and natural disasters, are among the most at risk in the developed world. In fact, no U.S. cities placed in the top 10 of the global rankings of water sustainability.
Private participation in U.S. municipal water markets is poised for expansion, according to a new report from Bluefield Research. Municipalities and local authorities are showing an increasing reliance on investor-owned utilities and private players for the ownership, management, and operations of public water and wastewater systems.