By: Brian Jordan Two weeks ago, many members of the Value of Water Coalition attended the American Water Summit in Washington DC. Under the theme “Accelerating Change,” this year’s Summit highlighted key challenges associated with the value of water, including … Continue reading
Tune-in to hear Dr. Tim Wolfe, water practice leader for MWH, discuss current trends and challenges facing the water treatment industry. In this interview with Water Online, Dr. Wolfe highlights: EPA regulations facing treatment plants; Reasons to upgrade treatment plants; … Continue reading
The supply of water to Wellington city is extremely vulnerable in a major earthquake. MWH Global was commissioned to investigate alternative water supply arrangements and develop a plan should a major earthquake occur. Presented at Water 2012, (Water New Zealand’s Annual Conference … Continue reading
‘Water Security’ by Russ Snow, conveyance practice leader for MWH, discusses how innovative design techniques incorporated into the Southern Delivery System project (Colorado) will ensure end-user rates are kept to a minimum while increasing the reliability of the region’s water … Continue reading
Happy World Water Day! MWH and our 8,000 employees are proud to collaborate with communities around the world to deliver water-focused solutions at every stage of the water cycle. Check out this infographic to see how we’re helping – and … Continue reading
Ajay Nair and Steffi Johnson are featured in the January edition of Utility Week taking a look at what the UK can learn from the Australian drought experiences. Click here to read. This article was reprinted with permission from Utility Week … Continue reading
In the Spring media headlines in the U.K. screamed , ‘UK in drought crisis’, ‘March hottest, driest month for 30 years’, ‘Hosepipe bans in South’ and then in April continuing until present
Water and the summer months tend to go hand-in-hand – water skiing or fishing at a lake, taking a dip in a swimming pool and watering home-grown plants with a garden hose are among the season’s most popular activities.
Australians value water as a precious resource and believe enjoying water is an essential part of our culture, but there is grave concern for
As recognised leaders in water and environmental consulting, MWH recently commissioned a piece of independent research of Australian households to explore attitudes and behaviours toward water.