Program will help recruit and prepare the next generation of clean water professionals.
University Of Oxford research found that 69 cities with a population of 383 million people receive approximately 16 billion cubic meters of reallocated water per year - almost the annual flow of the Colorado River.
New U.S. Municipal Water & Wastewater Utility Bill Index from Bluefield Research exposes questions of affordability.
New headworks facility in the Bayview honored with Envision Gold status by the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure.
Federal WaterSMART Grant will help to save customers money and conserve 500 million gallons of water annually.
Seattle-based utility implements Accruent's Meridian Engineering Document Management Solution.
Ziptility makes it easier for water utility operators to maintain digital maps of their buried infrastructure.
Kennebunk, Kennebunkport and Wells (KK&W) Water District was recently honored with an award for exceptional on-the-job safety performance during The MEMIC Group’s Annual Meeting of Policyholders.
Only 8 of more than 21,000 MEMIC policyholders across the country received a 2019 award for workplace safety from the workers’ compensation insurance specialist.
Deployment will include managed services and more than 700,000 networked endpoints for gas, electricity and water services.
Water challenges are escalating around the globe, but there are two forces that can make a powerful difference in helping the world address one of the most critical issues of our time.
A Q&A with Steve Worley, SCADA security manager for the City of Raleigh, N.C.
Report describes strategies for expanding opportunity in Louisville's infrastructure workforce.
The work, which kicked off this spring, includes making improvements to the water treatment system and replacing over a mile of water main.