University of Houston Study Shows Electric Vehicles Can Have Positive Impact on Air Quality and Public Health in Some Cities, Not All

University of Houston researchers Professor Yunsoo Choi and Ali Mousavinezhad.   Why a complete switch to electric vehicles could have negative impacts in Los Angeles   HOUSTON – What do Houston, Los Angeles, New York and Chicago have in common? Dense population, high traffic volume and air quality that fails to meet ozone standards set by the […]

Engineered Solutions: A New Generation of Roadway Reinforcement

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Engineered Solutions: To Combat Water Scarcity and Reduce Water Loss, Let’s Fix the Leaks

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New York City’s Water Network Seeks Next-Generation Tech to Catalyze its Sustainable Future

Partnership Fund for NYC and DEP Open Applications for the Environmental Tech Lab 2024 Challenges   June 3, 2024 – The Environmental Tech Lab (ETL)—a public-private initiative of the Partnership Fund for New York City and the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)—today launched the second year of the Environmental Tech Lab’s annual […]

World First: SUBLIME Energie Unveils its On-Farm Biogas Liquefaction Technology

Diagram illustrating SUBLIME Energie’s technical process   Emerging from the Energy Environment Processes Center (CEEP) at the prestigious engineering school Mines Paris-PSL, deeptech startup SUBLIME Energie is revolutionizing biogas valorization with a unique technology: biogas liquefaction. By efficiently transporting and pooling biogas produced by multiple farms, this technology reduces initial investments and operating costs. Therefore, […]

Smart Water Evolution: Badger Meter Introduces BlueEdge™

Tailorable, connected suite of solutions from Badger Meter enables confidence in operations for global utility, commercial and industrial water customers. Milwaukee, Wis. — With more than a century of experience serving municipal, commercial and industrial customers worldwide, Badger Meter, Inc. (NYSE: BMI) is a trusted water technology innovator. Today, the company announces the launch of […]

Engineering the Future: Infrastructure Is the Hypothalamus of Society

Engineering the Future: Infrastructure Is the Hypothalamus of Society

The basic functions of your body are controlled by the hypothalamus—think “breathe, breathe, heart beats, I’m hungry.” Similarly, every aspect of a modern economy is based on the foundation provided by a strong, efficient and resilient infrastructure. It supports a modern economy, silently, with a select few understanding the large amount of work required to […]

Thoughts From Engineers: Enhanced Aquifer Recharge Goes Mainstream

Thoughts From Engineers: Enhanced Aquifer Recharge Goes Mainstream

Sometimes it takes converging events to suddenly ramp up interest in a particular water-management technology. Articles with headlines such as “America is using up its groundwater like there’s no tomorrow” (bit.ly/IsNoTomorrow) do little to quell fear, but data show that the United States has hit all types of records in recent years—from record heat and drought […]

The most comprehensive guide to maintaining your sewer systems

The most comprehensive guide to maintaining your sewer systems

We are delighted to introduce the 4th edition of Existing Sewer Evaluation and Rehabilitation, MOP FD-6. This fully revised and updated guide is packed with the most comprehensive information available on the maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, and replacement of existing sewers. This authoritative volume covers a wide range of topics, from sewer evaluation and monitoring to the […]

Now Published: Sewer Security – Enabling Resilient Water Infrastructure White Paper

Now Published: Sewer Security – Enabling Resilient Water Infrastructure White Paper

Global Water Intelligence (GWI)’s full white paper, ‘Sewer Security: Building Resilient Water Infrastructure’, written in partnership with Grundfos, has now been published and is available for you to access. Sewer security is now non-negotiable. Escalating wet weather extremes, coupled with growing public frustrations, and the mammoth cost of completely replacing all combined sewer systems underscores the urgent need […]