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American Water Works Association is looking for water and wastewater professionals to complete an Environmental Finance Center Survey to help determine the needs of water and wastewater utilities in regards to asset management. Even if your utility is not tracking … Continue reading
The CBS television news show, “60 Minutes,” reported a story about the condition of the United States’ infrastructure, which is considered by the American Society of Civil Engineers infrastructure report card to be a D+. To view the report, click … Continue reading
The following links take you to two articles that deal with a problem affecting us all. Infrastructure decay is real, and the water and wastewater industry must deal with it or we will lose our economic advantage.
No matter where you go there is always ‘big talk’ on the cost of water. An eye-opening research document was recently published by Bank of America on how resource sustainability could progress in the future. The article offered really good … Continue reading
I frequently participate in webinars to enhance my trainings and stay in the loop of new developments in business, as well as career development. Often, a big topic when talking about infrastructure, a key component or focus is always put … Continue reading
I recently read an article on Performance Contracting in Water Efficiency Magazine and realized that many operators in Kentucky may not be aware of this tool for accessing capital ($) to make essential infrastructure improvements. Today, we all are struggling … Continue reading