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  1. Construction of first tunnel under SF Bay completed; provides reliable drinking water source

    Online Articles

    Tue, 21 Oct 2014

    Tunnel (Photo credit: SFPUC) The Bay Tunnel is one of the last 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

  2. Article discusses nation's connection to water, pricing schemes, steps toward sustainable future

    Online Articles

    Tue, 21 Oct 2014

    Administration phase-out of water - infrastructure grants began 25 years ago ..... Environmental Protection Agency water infrastructure funding has declined (with ..... Approaches Going forward, water infrastructure , supply and quality challenges

  1. EPA provides funding to five communities for integrated stormwater, wastewater planning

    Online Articles

    Tue, 14 Oct 2014

    select stormwater and wastewater projects. See also: " Analysis shows billions predicted to be spent for U.S. water infrastructure upgrades " " EPA to fund development of two new major drinking water innovation centers " ###

  2. GIS plays key role in improving water resource management, sources find

    Online Articles

    Tue, 14 Oct 2014

    the water management scenario." GIS Provides Broader Strategic View about Water Usage The spatial location of water infrastructure assets is the starting point. Geospatial professionals with advanced GIS expertise are at the forefront of the

  3. Analysis shows billions predicted to be spent for U.S. water infrastructure upgrades

    Online Articles

    Mon, 13 Oct 2014

    percent, said Shane Chapman, USGVMWD general manager. See also: " WEFTEC.14: Event discusses importance of water infrastructure investment in U.S. " " NAWC lauds U.S. House Committee's notable PPP bipartisan report " ###

  4. Water Environment Federation announces 2014-2015 Board of Trustees

    Online Articles

    Mon, 13 Oct 2014

    New Zealand), and Erin Mosley (Boston, Mass.). See also: " WEFTEC.14: Event discusses importance of water infrastructure investment in U.S. " " WEFTEC.14: WEF to host series of community, student-focused events during weekend

  5. Understanding the 'Invest to Save' Approach to Infrastructure Improvement

    Video

    Mon, 13 Oct 2014

    Brenda Lucas, Chair of WaterTAP's Sustainable Infrastructure Working Group and Executive Director of the Southern Ontario Water Consortium, explains how utilites can invest in innovative technologies to reduce, avoid or defer capital spends.

  6. WASD selects program manager for comprehensive water distribution overhaul

    Online Articles

    Fri, 10 Oct 2014

    Selects LAN as Program Manager for Comprehensive Water Infrastructure Assessment and Replacement Program MIAMI, FL ..... program management consultant for its comprehensive water infrastructure and assessment program. LAN, along with sub

  7. "The Value of Water: A Compendium of Essays by Smart CEOs" book makes debut

    Online Articles

    Fri, 10 Oct 2014

    can educate the public on the critical role of water infrastructure and the value of water, the role of technology ..... conveying value of water to stakeholders " " Value of water , infrastructure challenges highlighted in new campaign " About

  8. Imagine H2O Infrastructure Competition

    Video

    Thu, 9 Oct 2014

    ll look at the theme of water infrastructure . So why was the topic of ..... drinking water and waste water infrastructure that we've got will take ..... just merely maintain our water infrastructure at that level. And so you

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    our sixth annual business innovations competition, we'll look at the theme of water infrastructure . So why was the topic of infrastructure chosen? We picked this on the advice of our advisory council as well as a survey of over 400 industry experts and leaders. According to a recent report from the national council of mayors. The existing drinking water and waste water infrastructure that we've got will take over 4.8 trillion dollars. That just maintains at its current levels. And with the increasing economic dependency on water as well as increasing population numbers that you know, we can't just merely maintain our water infrastructure at that level. And so you know, we definitely need to bring in the innovations that enable us to do more of