Articles & Whitepapers
Muharraq WWTP a unique facility in Bahrain
The Muharraq WWTP started operating in 2014 and is currently operating at its maximum design capacity of 100,000 m3/day. Almar Water Solutions has brought to the project, and the region, the capacity to develop the future expansion of Muharraq – the plant has an expansion plan of an extra 60,000 m3/day – or any other water projects under PPP schemes. According to a study by the World ...
Recognizing U.S. Water Week
Policy developments and proposed EPA regulations are among the topics on tap Professionals from the water industry will gather in Washington, D.C., during Water Week on April 25-26, 2023. ...
U.S. Invests $251 Million to Expand Infrastructure to Support CO2 Transport and Storage Infrastructure
As part of President Biden's Investing in America agenda, the U.S. Department of Energy this week (May 17) announced $251 million to support 12 selected projects across seven states that will bolster the nation's carbon management capabilities. The ...
£10 Billion Investment In New National Overflows Plan
Singhal Industries' Geotextile Mat: The Key to Sustainable Coastal Development
Duke Energy crews restore power to more than 61,000, and continue to respond to severe storm damage
EPA Announces Over $30 Million Coming to Puerto Rico to Upgrade Water, Wastewater and Stormwater Infrastructure
Equipment & Solutions
Confined Space Inspection Drone
The SKYCOPTER 2.2 inspection drone with a protective cage is ruggedly constructed for flying in potentially dangerous, confined areas and GPS-denied locations, such as tanks, culverts, nuclear plants, manholes, mainlines, and more. The unit features a Full HD camera, superb 12,000 Lumens LED illumination, and extended flight time, up to 14 minutes, on a single charge. With four spare batteries in ...
A&WMA's 116th Annual Conference & Exhibition: Smart Growth: Balancing Development, Restoration, and Resiliency
Florida’s abundant coastline, diverse ecosystem, and perennial vacation destination face unique challenges with respect to impacts from weather, sea-level rise, and other pressures brought on by a growing population. Florida is committed to meeting this challenge through many diverse minds working to plan and adapt to change—in short, to grow smarter and build a more resilient world. The Air & ...