Cutting edge technology has the potential to revolutionize the water industry, especially when it comes to the treatment of wastewater. MWH Global has been following the development of one new process that is being developed in the US and the plan … Continue reading
‘Nutrient Loading’ by Joan Oppenheimer, principal environmental scientist for MWH, discusses how the presence of foreign elements in our water supply is on the rise, and how MWH led a study to establish the source of nutrient loading in Florida’s water … Continue reading
Smart People. Smart Solutions. ‘Water Treatment’ by Dr. Tim Wolfe, water practice leader for MWH, discusses how MWH is committed to upgrading water treatment plants to meet the regulatory needs of today and tomorrow and how we work with our … Continue reading
Since 2009, MWH has served as construction manager-at-risk (CMAR) for the City of Austin’s Water Treatment Plant No. 4 (WTP4) – the largest CMAR utility project in the state of Texas with the goal of increasing water treatment capacity to meet … Continue reading
‘Science and Research’ by Dr. Joe Jacangelo, discusses how a centralized in-house research group allows MWH to provide the most innovative, environmentally sound, and future-focused solutions for our clients. ‘Science and Research’ is the 2nd part to the Smart People. … Continue reading
‘Wastewater Management’ by Dr. Art Umble, explains the potential revenue streams that exist in wastewater energy recovery and how wastewater treatment plants around the world are looking for opportunities to harness energy found in the wastewater they treat – for some, there … Continue reading
MWH water sector director, Richard Ratcliff looks at the new challenges water companies now have to address as a result of PR14.
The Clean Water Act was established 40 years ago with the goal of protecting waterways and ensuring homes and offices receive clean drinking water.
Richard Ratcliff, MWH water sector director, reviews how the U.K. water industry could learn from the Dutch rebranding of their sewage treatment works. Read more on this article that was published in Institute of Water.
Improved leakage detection over the last decade has resulted in 30% less water losses – but more innovation is needed to ensure more is achieved. More on this topic written by MWH Operations Manager Chris Medcalf