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Decentralized Treatment Plant uses Advanced Ultrafiltration to Provide Safe, Economical Drinking Water to Egyptian Communities

June 12, 2019 - in News, Water

Suez, Egypt – Facing absolute water scarcity, Egypt records approximately one inch of total rainfall each year. As the country’s population expands, the demand for safe drinking water only continues to grow. DuPont Water Solutions, a part of the DuPont…

Xylem’s New ‘Decision Intelligence’ Paper Presents Six Comprehensive Strategies to Transform the Economics of Utility Water Management

June 11, 2019 - in News, Water

DENVER, CO – As global water challenges intensify, new approaches are needed to create a step change improvement in water system performance. Today…

Report: Intelligent Water could save U.S. water utilities $17.6 billion by 2027

June 10, 2019 - in News, Water

HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo., June 10, 2019 - According to a report released today by Arcadis and Bluefield Research at American Water Works Association’s…

Great Lakes Water Authority Surpasses State Goal Of Reducing Phosphorus Levels By 40 Percent By 2025

June 3, 2019 - in Drinking water, News, Water

DETROIT— The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA), Michigan’s largest drinking water and wastewater treatment service provider, has reached a milestone achievement: surpassing federal and state regulators’ goal of reaching a 40 percent reduction in phosphorus…

In Drought-Stricken Namibia, Solar Energy is Now Used to Make Clean Water From the Atlantic Ocean

May 25, 2019 - in Featured, News, Water

The sustainable seawater desalination plant was inaugurated by H.E. Dr. Sam S Nujoma, founding President of the Republic of Namibia, on Friday 10 May at the University of Namibia campus. In sub-Saharan Africa, Namibia stands out as the driest country and one…

New ASCE Publication Offers Overview of Computational Fluid Dynamics

May 23, 2019 - in News, Water

Reston, Va. – Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) has proven to be a valuable tool for designing new and retrofitting existing water, wastewater, and stormwater systems.  ASCE’s new book, Computational Fluid Dynamics: Applications in Water, Wastewater…

New ASCE Publication Addresses Dynamics of Hydrological Cycle

May 21, 2019 - in Featured, News, Water

Reston, Va. – ASCE’s new book, Statistical Analysis of Hydrologic Variables: Methods and Applications provides a compilation of state-of-the-art statistical methods for analyzing and describing critical variables that are part of the hydrological cycle.…

City of Nampa and Brown and Caldwell Recognized with Multiple Awards

May 21, 2019 - in Awards, News, Wastewater, Water

Image Courtesy: City of Nampa   NAMPA, Idaho — The City of Nampa and Brown and Caldwell today announced receivership of two regional honors for infrastructure improvements undertaken at the City of Nampa’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). Awarded…

Baylor University Joins Research Team Seeking to Transform U.S. Water System

May 15, 2019 - in Featured, News, Water

Mikhail Shmurygin (Baylor Computer Science masters student), Molly Klanderman (Baylor Statistics Ph.D. student) and Kathryn Newhart (Colorado School of Mines Civil & Environmental Engineering Ph.D. student) visit Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the “NextGen”…

AECOM’s New York Water Business Leader Says Climate Change Threatens Area’s Waste and Water Infrastructure

May 13, 2019 - in News, Water

Promotes Public Private Partnerships as Way for Communities to Upgrade Vulnerable Systems New York, NY (May 13, 2019) - With climate change threatening the stability of critical infrastructure in municipalities around the world, Paul Storella -- AECOM’s…