Tag: water supply

David Munn
Xi Zhao

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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Adam Conner

Leveraging Relationships to Save Water, Energy and Money

Water conservation is a perennial critical issue in the water industry. American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) 2019 State of the […]

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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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Thomas Haster

Maintaining Operations During the COVID-19 Crisis

Organizations serving the water, wastewater and public works sectors are sharing advice, resources and other information to make sure providers […]

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Thomas Haster

How Water Utilities Can Reassure Their Customers

Water utility owners and operators are among the best-prepared public institutions in coping with emergencies. But as the coronavirus outbreak […]

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Mark Evans

2020 Funding: SWIFT Applications Due By Feb. 3

The application period is open until Feb. 3, 2020, for the Texas Water Development Board’s 2020 funding cycle of the […]

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David Jackson

Protecting Your Infrastructure From Zebra Mussels

Zebra mussels have quickly become one of the most significant challenges to raw water supply systems in Texas.  Entities across […]

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Jason Afinowicz

Taking the One Water Concept Further

  In an effort to help clients identify sustainable and resilient solutions for addressing tomorrow’s water challenges, a Freese and […]

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Jason Afinowicz

Making Desalination an Affordable Water Supply Solution

Desalination remains a practical and affordable solution for water supply. Next in our Sustainable Water Management Series, representatives from the Texas […]

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