232 articles about "American Water"
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...
The uncertainty which followed June’s Brexit vote supported regulated water stocks in the UK and the US. There are signs that American Water’s rally could be running out of steam.
Another record performance from the GWI Americas Index failed to spill over into the rest of the tradeable universe of water stocks. Stock splits were the order of the day in China.
On 9th June, the California Public Utilities Commission authorised $25.1 million of additional rate revenue for San Jose Water in 2016 as part of its final decision on the company’s general rate case.