94 articles about "United Water"
2012 was a year of change in the contract operations market, as traditional O&M contracts gave way to performance-based models. Which companies are best positioned to ride the new wave?
Private water companies have lost out to non-profits on a series of highprofile deals in the US water sector over the past couple of years. Just how serious is the threat?
Interest in HanKore’s portfolio of Chinese water and wastewater assets is hotting up. GWI’s Asia editor Olivia Jensen assesses the potential suitors.
Colorado-based Joshua Water Technology has raised $2 million of fresh equity from investors including the Impact Opportunities Fund to fund its near-term expansion plans.
IDE Technologies has replaced Kent Turner, the former head of its US arm, with Mark Lambert, who until recently served as vice president of corporate development at forward osmosis specialist HTI.
United Water China’s CFO tells GWI how he plans to maintain the company’s recent momentum.
* The IFC this month signed off on a brace of investments in the Chinese water sector.
* A bill paving the way for the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (SRCSD) to sell recycled water on the open market was passed into law on 6th September by California governor Jerry Brown. Assembly Bill 134 means the SRCSD can apply for a permit to sell approximately 180,000 acre feet per year (608,300m3/d) of highly treated recycled effluent to downstream users, thus obviating the need for massive rate hikes.
* Ebara Engineering Services is to be remaned Swing Corporation on 1st April. JGC and Mitsubishi Corporation bought into the operating services company last year, and currently own a third of the stock each.
A 121% jump in Suez’s revenues from Australia last year is only the tip of the iceberg. The group is taking steps to capture a greater share of the country’s water and solid waste markets.