Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority

5 articles about "Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority"

Pittsburgh mulls hybrid lease as solution to utility’s failings Vol 18, Issue 11 (November 2017)

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority is on the verge of systemic failure. Could an ‘infrastructure-only’ concession skirt public distaste for private sector participation?

AMERICAS WATER IN BRIEF Vol 15, Issue 11 (November 2014)

Shares in Baker Hughes rose by 11% on 17 November on news that the company had agreed to a $38 billion takeover by Halliburton.

Wastewater outpaces water despite tepid spending Vol 15, Issue 9 (September 2014)

North American wastewater spending remained steady in 2013, while tariffs continue to increase. Both water and wastewater rates rose to fund backlogged water projects and costly wastewater plant upgrades

US tariffs beat inflation as capex needs bite Vol 14, Issue 9 (September 2013)

Water tariffs in the United States continue to rise at a higher rate than inflation. The effect has yet to feed through to municipal infrastructure spending.

AMERICAS WATER IN BRIEF Vol 14, Issue 7 (July 2013)

As GWI went to press, an imminent appointment at São Paulo state regulator ARSESP seemed set to enable it to reach a quorum ahead of a decision on the final timing of Sabesp’s pending rate review.