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Navigating an Uncertain Future: 2017 Trenchless Technology Roundtable

Navigating an Uncertain Future: 2017 Trenchless Technology Roundtable

November 6, 2017 at 10:00 am 0 comments

Editor’s Note: Earlier this year, Water Finance & Management visited Washington, D.C., with its sister publication, Trenchless Technology. There, we held our annual editorial roundtable discussion concurrent with NASTT’s No-Dig Show. The idea behind this year’s discussion – titled “Navigating an Uncertain Future” – was to explore how the water/wastewaterRead More

Pipe Relining Overview: CIPP Still the Market Leader

Pipe Relining Overview: CIPP Still the Market Leader

October 30, 2017 at 9:54 am 0 comments

By Mike Kezdi As pipeline system owners – whether it be a municipality, utility or private entity – become more cognizant of the need to repair their aging and deteriorating systems, the trenchless pipe relining industry is there to greet them with open arms. Pipe relining, in all of itsRead More

Are You  Reducing Your Energy Costs? The Key to Performance Contracting Is Truly in the Performance

Are You Reducing Your Energy Costs? The Key to Performance Contracting Is Truly in the Performance

October 30, 2017 at 9:43 am 0 comments

By David Clamage The application of performance contracting to your business can be very profound and highly effective – as well as economical. You are using the savings derived from new and improved energy assets to pay for themselves. We have been on the finance side of this industry forRead More

Small Water Systems Face Big Financial Challenges

Small Water Systems Face Big Financial Challenges

October 25, 2017 at 7:00 am 0 comments

By Liz Harvell Of the more than 151,000 public water systems in the United States, 97 percent — 146,767 — are considered small water systems under the Safe Drinking Water Act, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Despite the high number of public water systems that are consideredRead More

From Regulation to Revenue: How Senate Bill 555 Might Positively Impact California Water Loss Practices

From Regulation to Revenue: How Senate Bill 555 Might Positively Impact California Water Loss Practices

October 24, 2017 at 4:52 pm 0 comments

By Graham Symmonds In October 2015, California was deep in the grasp of an intense drought. At that time, more than 92 percent of California was in severe, extreme or exceptional drought, affecting more than 36 million people. Today, California is wading in a relative abundance of water, with noRead More

Turning Data Into Decisions: WSSC Prioritizes Water Main Replacement

Turning Data Into Decisions: WSSC Prioritizes Water Main Replacement

October 18, 2017 at 1:00 pm 0 comments

  Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Prioritizes Water Main Replacement with Comprehensive Inspection Program Water asset management can be a lofty enterprise, particularly if you’re one of the largest utilities in the United States. The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC), established in 1918, covers nearly 1,000 sq-miles in Prince George’s andRead More

Water Incubators & The Entrepreneurial Valley of Death

Water Incubators & The Entrepreneurial Valley of Death

October 18, 2017 at 6:30 am 0 comments

By Michael Warady The water industry has long been considered one of the least innovative, most lethargic industries in the world. The reasons given for this particular reputation vary based upon who you are speaking with, but range from: a lack of innovative thinking by water managers, the necessity forRead More

EPA backs Pennsylvania’s $141 million water quality  improvement plan

EPA backs Pennsylvania’s $141 million water quality improvement plan

October 15, 2017 at 7:55 am 0 comments

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced it has approved and helped fund a $141 million plan by Pennsylvania to implement 23 clean water infrastructure projects. The Intended Use Plan includes an award of $52,518,000 from EPA’s FY 2017 Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF). The plan by the Pennsylvania InfrastructureRead More

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