CH2M's Water Treatment Global Technology Lead Lee Odell will be serving as the presenter for the upcoming American Society of Civil Engineers' guided online course "Drinking Water Treatment Technology." During this highly engaging, self-paced course, participants will learn how drinking water technologies are rapidly changing to meet a variety of regulatory requirements, emerging contaminants and customer demands. Learn more about this course in Lee's Access Water blog and get registered to participate today!
Every year on March 22, the United Nations recognizes World Water Day, an international observance and opportunity to learn more about water related issues and be inspired to take action to change our water future. The first World Water Day was dreamed up in 1992 at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development and the first annual observance took place in 1993. This year’s theme, “Water and Jobs,” was chosen to help raise awareness for the 1.5 billion people, or half the world’s workers, who work in water related sectors and will focus on how the quantity and quality of water can change workers’ lives and livelihoods. Read today's Access Water blog by CH2M's Global Water Business Group President Peter Nicol to learn more about this annual day dedicated to addressing water sustainability through technology and innovative solutions.
CH2Mer Ken Thompson has been involved with the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) for several years. As the organization’s Director, Ken is involved in implementing smart water technology solutions around the world and raising awareness among utilities on how they can put smart water technologies to work for greater efficiency. In today’s Access Water blog, Ken highlights the upcoming SWAN Annual Conference in which he will be participating and moderating a session on enhancing water quality and water safety.
Water Online recently published a Q&A with CH2M’s Global Water Business Group President Peter Nicol. Peter Nicol offers "10 Pearls of Wisdom" on topics such as utility operations, technology development, infrastructure funding and more. See highlights from the Q&A article in today's Access Water blog.