Approximately half the funds will be used for infrastructure projects, the rest to refinance existing debt at lower rate
Public-Private partnership between Water Environment Research Foundation & U.S. EPA seeks to fund research projects based on cost management and operational efficacy. Partnerships with wastewater and/or stormwater utilities explicitly encouraged.
New York State Supreme Court finds New York state’s general permit for stormwater discharges falls short in three key areas
Revenue from connection charges down 94% from 2005-6. Burst housing bubble combined with foreclosures forces SNWA to consider options to pay down debt and fund infrastructure projects
Pure Technologies Ltd. (“Pure”) (TSX: PUR) announced today that Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (“WSSC”), Laurel, MD., has approved the award of new work to Openaka (a division of Pure’s Engineering Services Group) worth up to US$17.2 million. The award consists of the exercise of an option to extend a contract awarded to Openaka in January […]
Huntsville, AL (December 20, 2011) ADS Environmental Services® today introduces Qstart™, a new software utility that can be instantly downloaded from the ADS website for use with ADS flow monitors. This user friendly software allows field crews to setup and activate the ADS FlowShark® Triton, FlowAlert™, and RainAlert™ II monitors in minutes, saving time and […]
Increased demand for water, need for efficiency and infrastructure issues listed as factors – market for two-way meters is expected to nearly triple by 2017.
23 projects to receiving federal funding