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The future of seawater desalination in Texas could be approaching a tipping point as the City of Corpus Christi steps up with a formal assessment of its options.
Rising US water audit requirements trigger opportunities for loss control solutions Vol 19, Issue 9 (September 2018)
Although water loss auditing is well established among the country’s forward-thinking utilities, an increasing number of states are introducing mandatory requirements, which could boost opportunities for solutions providers.
Gannett Fleming enters the California water market as growth plans take shape Vol 19, Issue 9 (September 2018)
The acquisition of KEH & Associates has given the Pennsylvania-based consulting engineer a foothold in the Californian water market. It is one of several aces the company has up its sleeve to triple its water revenues by 2025.
A series of water main breaks have soured relations between the city and its long-term contract operator. Who is really to blame?
The challenges facing private firm Johnson Utilities have finally come to a head. EPCOR has been parachuted in to turn things around.
The sale could be a shrewd move for Stonepeak if it comes off, but it could reflect a broader frustration with the water sector.
American Water has kept itself busy on the acquisitions front, lining up deals in Pennsylvania and Hawaii this month, while closing on the $4 million purchase of water and wastewater systems in Lawson (MO).
Debra Coy points out that real estate trumps water infrastructure in the US money game.
A planned water metering and customer service P3 could help shore up the water and sewer utility’s finances. The deal will hinge on some form of debt relief.
Strong demand in both municipal and industrial end markets has created the “perfect storm” for listed water equipment companies in North America.