225 articles about "American Water"
RWL Water has completed its acquisition of Brazilian water and wastewater treatment company Acquavit.
The appreciation of the Brazilian currency helped Bovespa-listed water stocks to hit new highs this month. How much steam is there left in the market?
Investor-owned utilities benefit as fair value legislation incentivises system sales Vol 17, Issue 12 (December 2016)
The adoption of fair market value legislation in a growing number of US states bodes well for investor-owned utilities looking to acquire distressed municipal water and wastewater systems.
Woodard & Curran boosts national footprint with California acquisition Vol 17, Issue 12 (December 2016)
The Maine-based firm has emerged as the successful buyer after environmental engineer RMC Water was put up for sale earlier this year. The deal gives it a permanent platform from which to expand in the Western US.
As GWI went to press, the snowpack in California stood at just 55% of normal for this time of year, versus 76% on the same date last year.
Despite taking a $126 million hit as a result of a settlement over the 2014 Freedom Industries oil spill, American Water has had a good month on the regulated acquisitions front.
Chemical-free industrial wastewater treatment specialist Axine Water Technologies has raised $8 million of Series B funding in a round led by Asahi Kasei.
Busy quarter looms for desal developers; a mixed month for North American biosolids; yet another lease in Pennsylvania turns into an asset sale; municipal ZLD in India; how to get a municipalindustrial project off the ground; all the latest project news from around the world this month.
Groundwater challenges in California and Canada; desal surprises in Egypt and Israel; Saudi Arabia eyes a return to privately financed desal; Jakarta kicks off $5 billion wastewater bonanza; Veolia’s contract ops progress; all the latest project news from around the world this month.
- Both Veolia and American Water furthered their plans to move their North American headquarters this month...
- Both companies have also witnessed major shake-ups of their North American business development staff. Veolia veteran Harald Jensen, who ran the water business development team in North America, has left the company...
- Despite losing its water business development chief, Veolia North America did not skip a beat in renewing its $500 million 10-year contract to operate the wastewater infrastructure in Milwaukee, WI...