Water is an essential ingredient at any mine. Once considered free, clean and plentiful, water’s status has changed. Andrew Watson and Resa Furey of MWH explain in the December issue of Mining Magazine.
Water Management & Natural Resources
MWH Americas Wastewater Practice Leader, Dr. Art Umble discusses how the need to manage the demand and supply of phosphorus has become crucial. Despite the apparently large phosphorous resource base, there are indications that the known accessible reserves could be depleted … Continue reading
Most of my career has been focused on sewerage, drainage management and flooding, especially in the urban environment. I have worked with teams globally to deliver flooding solutions for our clients.
by David Balmforth Conventional drainage solutions have served the needs of the developed world well, providing a high level of public health. However, in the context of population growth, urbanisation and climate change,
In 2010 MWH worked with Hamilton City Council on a pilot project to digitise the Council’s water asset information. Previously, all HCC spatial water asset information was held in paper plans and logs making review,
Representatives of eight Waikato and Bay of Plenty councils recently took the opportunity to discuss current trends, issues and concerns around the treatment of sludge and biosolids
This article appeared in the August 2011 issue of Power Engineering magazine. By Don Erpenbeck, Vice President, Hydropower Practice Leader, MWH Global
by Gennaro Vellotti As water becomes less accessible, Australians will need to look at more efficient ways to irrigate. The current worldwide trend towards the use of recycled water in major urban applications shows great promise,