nitrogen and 75 percent of the phosphorus in U.S. waterways. Water treatment technology exists to allow drinking water utilities to remove toxins produced by algal blooms , Donahue said, but he also noted that the technology is very expensive
would argue it's not so much about technology. It's about business. Hm-mm. The business models. Inventive, water utilities and end users are able to solve their problems using the technologies, that's fantastic. Mm-hm. And so we find
options. The partnership with PWSA is part of Veolia's Peer Performance Solutions (PPS) model, enabling municipal water utilities to benchmark against other leading utilities while preserving public governance and a public workforce and benefiting
agreed to coordinate their resources and expertise in order to respond swiftly and effectively to problems presented by water utilities , energy companies, environmental firms, and public advocacy groups. Many of these challenges stem from the persistence
but mighty: Fuel cell technology powers up water and wastewater treatment In recent years, a growing number of UK water utilities have installed fuel cell technology at water and wastewater treatment facilities. So, how does the technology work
Jeff Szwec of Schneider Electric explains how water utilities can reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of pumping systems by focusing on three key areas: energy efficiency management, asset management, and energy cost management.
Charles Hilton, president of NRWA, discusses some of the issues at the top of the organization's priority list, including cybersecurity and funding.
wanted to stop and chat with you just for a few minutes. You know, one of the issues that is facing all water utilities and rural water utilities as well is our aging workforce, right, in the next, so, five or ten years, we're gonna need to
Steve Wear, chair of NRWA's Legislative Committee, discusses the organization's legislative and regulatory priorities for the coming year and talks about how NRWA provides a voice for small and rural water utilities in the United States.
projects in SFPUC's WSIP -- one of the largest water infrastructure improvement programs in the country. Like water utilities in many parts of the country and world, SFPUC is in a race against time to buttress its aging infrastructure . Since