1112 articles in United States
From Stockholm World Water Week to Watec Israel and Korea International Water Week, and on to WEFTEC and the IDA World Congress, you could spend your life at water trade shows. This month’s list looks at how they measure up.
U.S. Water bolts on Tonka to drive supply chain efficiencies and municipal growth Vol 18, Issue 9 (September 2017)
The addition of the Minnesota-based full-service design and build specialist will bolster U.S. Water’s industrial flowsheet. Leveraging its specialty chemicals expertise in the municipal market will be more of a challenge.
New TCP regulation drives water treatment opportunities in California Vol 18, Issue 9 (September 2017)
California recently became the second state in the US to adopt an enforceable drinking water regulation for 1,2,3-Trichloropropane. A recent spate of treatment contracts could be the tip of the iceberg.
The recent extreme weather in the US should spur a rethink on planning, not just a short-term investment deluge, says Debra Coy.
With rig counts at their highest in over two years, and the industry adjusting to the new low oil price environment, the unconventional O&G sector in the United States is ramping up production again. What does it mean for water treatment?
There are a mix of infrastructure funds, buy-out funds, and growth investors backing the water sector. Who are the main players?
The logic of engineering firm mergers is becoming inexorable as US infrastructure spending flatlines. Christopher Gasson wonders who will be next to make a move.
With a full suite of capabilities, Jacobs Engineering intends to leverage CH2M’s water expertise across its global client base. How much of the old CH2M will remain intact?
A. O. Smith has invested in two water start-ups as part of the Milwaukee-based BREW Accelerator programme. It is evidence of the company’s deepening interest in water.
A. O. Smith targets accelerated growth in key point-of-use water treatment markets Vol 18, Issue 8 (August 2017)
The water heater manufacturer is investing heavily to take its filtration systems to a wider audience, both in the US and in selected emerging markets. While the top line is growing rapidly, the margins will take some time to catch up with the rest of the business.