Knox Board of Works Approves Wastewater Equipment Update

Knox Board of Works Approves Wastewater Equipment Update September 13, 2021 The Knox Wastewater Department is updating its equipment. The board of works recently agreed to let Superintendent Jason Clemons buy a new self-priming, trailer-mounted bypass pump for just over $25,000, the lowest of the three quotes he received. Read…

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California moves slowly on water projects amid drought

California moves slowly on water projects amid drought August 30, 2021 In 2014, in the middle of a severe drought that would test California’s complex water storage system like never before, voters told the state to borrow $7.5 billion and use part of it to build projects to stockpile more…

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What does it mean when a community runs out of water? Many in California are finding out

What does it mean when a community runs out of water? Many in California are finding out Aug. 13, 2021 From Klamath to Redding, Mendocino to Sonoma, dozens of communities across California are facing dire water shortages. n May, the State Water Resources Control Board compiled a list of the 81…

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Ameresco Partners with City of Bellmead for Comprehensive Smart Metering Infrastructure Improvement Project

Ameresco Partners with City of Bellmead for Comprehensive Smart Metering Infrastructure Improvement Project August 09, 2021 Ameresco, Inc. (NYSE: AMRC), a leading cleantech integrator specializing in energy efficiency and renewable energy, today announced its partnership with the City of Bellmead, Texas for a comprehensive smart metering infrastructure improvement project. Read more

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Drought: 2 West Marin water utilities consider rationing

Drought: 2 West Marin water utilities consider rationing August 2, 2021 Thousands of West Marin residents could soon be placed under mandatory water rationing rules enforceable through service shutoffs and fines as large as $500. The Stinson Beach County Water District will consider an ordinance on Aug. 21 that would…

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Municipalities launch protests against York City wastewater treatment system sale

Municipalities launch protests against York City wastewater treatment system sale July 27, 2021 Five municipalities have filed protests against the sale of York’s wastewater treatment system, alleging the deal is inherently flawed and will increase rates. The five townships, which form the York Area Regional Sewer Authority, join another protest filed by…

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Thanks To New Meters, Wasted Water Will Be A Thing Of The Past At USC

Thanks To New Meters, Wasted Water Will Be A Thing Of The Past At USC July 15, 2021 To detect leaks and promote sustainability, the university is installing ultrasonic submeters on dozens of older buildings and cooling towers. The days of free-flowing water are coming to an end across the…

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Water and wastewater infrastructure projects across Ohio awarded grants

Water and wastewater infrastructure projects across Ohio awarded grants July 12, 2021 Water and wastewater infrastructure programs across the state are getting $9 million in funding boosts from the state’s H2Ohio program. The state awarded the money based on economic need and project readiness, and acknowledged while awarding the money…

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House advances bill with increased funding for clean water

House advances bill with increased funding for clean water JUNE 14, 2021 The U.S. House of Representatives’ Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) Committee last week marked up and advanced H.R. 1915, the Water Quality Protection and Job Creation Act of 2021. This legislation follows the Senate’s passage in May of its clean…

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American Water Named One of the Top Ten World’s Most Sustainable Corporations

CAMDEN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 25, 2021 American Water (NYSE: AWK), the largest publicly-traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced today that has been named on Corporate Knights 17th annual Global 100 list of the World’s Most Sustainable Corporations, for the second year in a row. American Water is ranked number 9…

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New Lead and Copper Rule to Raise Costs for Water Utilities

Fitch Wire, Tue 19 Jan, 2021 The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) is not expected to impact utility credit quality over the near-term, but it could have a material effect on certain water utilities’ capex and credit profiles over the medium- to long-term, particularly for…

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SoCalGas and LADWP Partner to Deliver 150,000 Energy and Water Efficiency Kits to Help the Environment and Save Customers Money and Energy

Dec. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire The Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) have partnered to distribute over 150,000 free energy and water efficiency kits to residents throughout Los Angeles. Each efficiency kit is equipped with simple household devices to help conserve water and natural gas and save…

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