CH2M's Global Wastewater Service Team Leader Julian Sandino has been invited to present a paper and lead a panel at CIWEM’s SludgeTech 2016 conference, being held just outside of London next week. Julian will share his insight on how the industry can embrace disruptive technologies to manage risk in wastewater planning, as well as innovative ways we can work together to move the industry forward. Learn more about these technologies in his latest Access Water blog.
Extreme weather events can wreak havoc on utilities. Whether getting too much water at once, resulting in floods, or not getting enough, resulting in drought, the availability of water is unpredictable at times. Therefore, making sure utilities are prepared is the first step to managing these situations. Check out today's Access Water blog to learn more about a Drought Response and Recovery Guide for Water Utilities, produced by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Guide provides worksheets, best practices, videos and key resources for responding to drought emergencies and building long-term resilience.
This week, the Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) is hosting its annual Design-Build for Water/Wastewater Conference. CH2M Vice President and Sales Director and Water Design-Build Council President shares his thoughts on what's so progressive about progressive design-build. Connect with him in Charlotte, North Carolina this week, or read today's Access Water blog to learn more about the progressive design-build delivery method.
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.
Integrating Coal Combustion Rule and Effluent Limitation Guidelines – The Dollars are in the Details
Utility Solid Waste Activities Group, an association primarily dedicated to assisting members in the management of wastes and beneficial use of materials associated with the generation, transmission and sale of electricity and natural gas, is hosting a special workshop on Coal Combustion Residuals, February 17-18. The workshop is open to all USWAG members, affiliates and non-members and will provide a valuable forum for discussion on CCR management issues. CH2M's Dennis Fink and Martin Reif are attending and presenting on the "Implications of Final CCR Rule and Effluent Limitation Guidelines on CCR Management," at the workshop.