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NACWA Report: U.S. Clean Water Utilities Make Gains On Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Efforts; Costs will Exceed $360 Billion

December 14, 2023 - in News, Water

Clean Water Sector Leaders from Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts and New York City Department of Environmental Protection Showcase Regional Climate Adaptation and Resiliency Programs in the Fields of Water Reuse, Green Infrastructure, and Decarbonization.…

EBMUD pilot program generates clean energy from water pressure in its water pipelines

December 12, 2023 - in News, Projects, Water

In-conduit hydroelectricity generation takes EBMUD a step closer to its goal of being carbon neutral by 2030 OAKLAND – The East Bay Municipal Utility…

International Code Council Partners with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to Address Water Scarcity and Public Safety

December 11, 2023 - in News, Water

Memorandum of Understanding addresses overall performance and management of wastewater systems that will help protect public health Washington, D.C. –On…

Stantec Institute surveys utilities to understand cost impacts of PFAS

November 30, 2023 - in Water

A study was conducted with members of the National Association of Clean Water Agencies to identify current challenges and concerns around biosolids management    WASHINGTON, DC (November 29, 2023) TSX, NYSE:STN  Water utilities across the US…

New water projects receive $28.97M federal cash boost to improve water reliability in the West

November 7, 2023 - in Water

Funding to support projects to increase water supply reliability amid climate change WALNUT CREEK, Calif., Nov. 07, 2023 — The Bureau of Reclamation has announced it will provide $28.97 million in financial aid for 31 potential new water reuse and desalination…

The Ultimate Guide to Combatting Water Scarcity: Introducing the IDA Desalination and Reuse Handbook 2023/24

November 3, 2023 - in Water

Oxford, England – By 2050 water scarcity will affect the lives of 5 billion people. Demand for freshwater is increasing rapidly, and the combination of climate change, the legacy of the COVID pandemic, a volatile energy market, and global supply chain issues…

House Republicans Take Aim at Water Infrastructure Funding in Upcoming Vote to Slash State Revolving Fund Program

November 3, 2023 - in News, Water

NACWA Warns Congress Against, “Irreparable Harm to US Water Infrastructure Upgrades, and Endangering the Health and Safety of American Families,” Contained in House FY24 Interior, Environment, And Related Agencies Spending Bill.   WASHINGTON,…

8 Tech Companies Selected to Partner with NYC Department of Environmental Protection in Inaugural Environmental Tech Lab

November 2, 2023 - in Technology, Water

Public-private initiative will leverage global tech sector to help meet regional climate resilience goals   Today the Environmental Tech Lab (ETL) announced that eight companies have been selected to collaborate with the New York City Department of Environmental…

World Water Works Offers inDENSE® Technology Through Cost-Effective ROi Program

November 2, 2023 - in News, Products, Wastewater, Water

World Water Works (WWW) announces its new ROi program, which makes it easier than ever for municipalities to integrate its inDENSE® gravimetric selection technology into existing activated sludge systems. The ROi program enables municipal wastewater operations…

Global Gateway: Team Europe launches technical assistance to boost water, sanitation, solid waste, flood protection and clean oceans projects in the Caribbean

October 30, 2023 - in News, Water

The technical assistance (TA) will start identifying suitable projects in 15 countries in the Caribbean, in the water, sanitation and solid waste sectors, as well as those contributing to flood protection and healthy oceans. The TA will support the preparation…