Tucson, Arizona boasts a diversity of cultures, architecture and peoples; and is one of the Mega-Trend cities of the 21st century. To meet the water supply needs of the greater Tucson Metropolitan area, the City of Tucson and Tucson Water are exploring potable reuse as a means to diversify and expand their water portfolio. In support of this effort, CH2M and the City conducted a pilot test of an innovative and sustainable potable reuse treatment scheme, which offers significant benefits to other utilities considering potable reuse as a viable option to addressing water supply needs. Check out the benefits provided from Tucson's potable reuse treatment scheme in today's Access Water blog or join CH2M Global Technology Leader for Water Reuse Larry Schimmoller for his session at the American Water Works Association's Annual Conference and Exposition on Monday afternoon.
Water is one of the major topics being discussed at this year’s Utility Week Live taking place in Birmingham, England, and many of the United Kingdom’s key water innovators, game changers and industry leaders will be speaking on various topics throughout the two day show, including CH2Mer Hinesh Mistry, who will be speaking on driving transformational change with building information modelling (BIM).
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.
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!
Last week at the Water Environment Federation's Odor and Air Pollutants Conference, CH2M's Scott Cowden presented a case study on San Francisco's largest and oldest wastewater facility, the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant (SEP), which treats nearly 80 percent of the City and County of San Francisco's wastewater. As part of the city's Sewer System Improvement Program, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission worked with CH2M on a comprehensive SEP Odor Characterization Study to evaluate odor emissions. Read today's Access Water blog to learn more about this study and how its findings and recommendations are helping the city achieve its odor goals.