Tag: utilities

David Munn

Lead and Copper Rule: Where Should I Start?

Starting now will give you the best chance to successfully navigate the changes. That early effort should include stakeholder communication, risk assessment, scheduling, budgeting and resourcing.

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Freese and Nichols Adds Chuck Gilman to Lead Large Water Infrastructure Programs

Freese and Nichols has added Chuck Gilman, PE, PMP, an experienced public works leader, to our program management team to […]

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Adam Conner

Coronavirus Exposes Long-Standing Infrastructure Funding Vulnerabilities

The coronavirus pandemic is teaching everyone the value of water unlike any experience we’ve ever had. With hand washing with […]

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Rick Zarate

Court Order Impacts Section 404 Permitting for Utility Lines

On April 15, Federal Judge Brian Morris of the Montana District Court issued a summary judgement challenging the decision of […]

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Satish Ravindran

PACE Program: How To Get Started

Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing, an innovative tool that enables property owners to make investments in water and energy […]

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Trey Shanks

AWWA Offers Guidance for Legal Issues, Communications During COVID-19 Crisis

As the landscape continues to change quickly for water and wastewater utilities and other public works agencies, it’s essential for […]

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Trey Shanks

EPA Releases Pandemic Checklist for Water Utilities

How prepared is your utility for a pandemic? As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, the Environmental Protection Agency has […]

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Krista Paredes

Wastewater Operators Plea: Only Flush Toilet Paper

Wastewater treatment plant owners and operators across the U.S. are spreading the word to their customers who are at home […]

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Trey Shanks

With Heightened International Tension, Are Utilities Prepared In Case of Cyberattack?

With increased likelihood of cybersecurity attacks from overseas, now underscores the importance for utilities to conduct risk and resilience assessments, […]

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Amanda Powers

The Right Direction: Vertical Versus Horizontal Pump Stations

One of the first steps in pump-station design is to determine what type of pump station best suits the system’s […]

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Nick Lester

Performing Open-Heart Surgery On a Water System’s Primary Pump Station

(All Images Courtesy of the City of Lubbock) In the same way a physician meticulously performs open-heart surgery, cities have […]

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