The Future of Water

  • 6 approaches to water management that can help address climate change

    6 approaches to water management that can help address climate change

    To create a sustainable future, we must scrutinize water management through a climate resilience lens

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  • Spend a dollar to save six: coastal resilience by the numbers

    Spend a dollar to save six: coastal resilience by the numbers

    Rising sea levels. Catastrophic storms. Battered shorelines. What’s the measurable impact of climate change on our coastal communities, and how can we respond?

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  • Published: Taking a New Approach to Wet-Weather Infrastructure in Narragansett Bay

    Published: Taking a New Approach to Wet-Weather Infrastructure in Narragansett Bay

    How “sweating the system” with smart analytics modeling and TOTEX planning can deliver fit-for-purpose solutions, capital cost savings, and system optimization

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  • Published on WWT Online: Meeting AMP7 leakage targets

    Published on WWT Online: Meeting AMP7 leakage targets

    Damian Crawford, head of smart networks & leakage at Stantec, discusses how becoming data-rich and knowledge-smart can help the industry meet AMP7 leakage targets

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  • The time is now for risk-based water supply planning

    The time is now for risk-based water supply planning

    Few cheap or easy solutions remain for water supply in the US. Integrated water resources planning is a first step to understanding your risks.

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  • FAMS: Optimizing tough financial solutions for utility managers

    FAMS: Optimizing tough financial solutions for utility managers

    Developing tools and leveraging expertise to help communities address funding challenges in a strategic and cost-effective manner

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  • [Whitepaper] Considerations for Water and Wastewater Treatment related to the recent outbreak COVID-19

    [Whitepaper] Considerations for Water and Wastewater Treatment related to the recent outbreak COVID-19

    Common disinfection methods for water and wastewater treatment are expected to be effective for inactivation of coronaviruses when executed properly

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  • The 7 best practices of highly effective smart cities

    The 7 best practices of highly effective smart cities

    Learn how the world’s smartest cities deploy technology to securely interconnect transportation systems, utilities, buildings, public spaces, and more

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  • Published: Rising to the challenge of delivering the largest ever UK national environmental programme

    Published: Rising to the challenge of delivering the largest ever UK national environmental programme

    In an Expert Focus article for Waterbriefing, Narinder Sunner assesses the challenge of ensuring WINEP is delivered efficiently and effectively

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  • Published in Environment Magazine: Building a resilient New Orleans

    Published in Environment Magazine: Building a resilient New Orleans

    Stantec’s Dan Grandal reports on how New Orleans is managing storm water whilst at the same time making the city more resilient to climate change

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  • Published: Thinking beyond the asset—a cost effective solution to the WINEP challenge

    Published: Thinking beyond the asset—a cost effective solution to the WINEP challenge

    In the Institute of Water Magazine Stantec’s Paul Daily explores looking beyond asset driven engineered solutions for long-term sustainable outcomes

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  • The US Integrated Planning Bill: 10 steps municipalities can take to reap the benefits

    The US Integrated Planning Bill: 10 steps municipalities can take to reap the benefits

    Recent legislation will enable municipalities to develop integrated approaches to wastewater and stormwater management

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  • Published in Waterbriefing: A new approach to water resource planning

    Published in Waterbriefing: A new approach to water resource planning

    Stantec’s William Jacobsen shares his thoughts on what the future might hold for public water supply resource planning

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  • How should we dispose of PFAS waste from contaminated sites in Canada?

    How should we dispose of PFAS waste from contaminated sites in Canada?

    Despite our steadily evolving understanding of the negative health impacts of PFAS, disposal of PFAS-contaminated waste remains unregulated

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  • Published in Waterbriefing: Helping the UK water sector deliver net zero carbon emissions

    Published in Waterbriefing: Helping the UK water sector deliver net zero carbon emissions

    Stantec’s Adrian Johnson discusses the journey to delivering transformational change and sustainable outcomes for customers, communities and the environment

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  • Published in Alaska Business: What about the water?

    Published in Alaska Business: What about the water?

    Hydrological environmental engineering is in high demand across the Last Frontier

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  • Published: Wet-Weather Infrastructure: Smart Analysis and TOTEX Planning Equal Savings and Resilience

    Published: Wet-Weather Infrastructure: Smart Analysis and TOTEX Planning Equal Savings and Resilience

    How “sweating the system” with smart analytics modeling and TOTEX planning can deliver fit-for-purpose solutions, capital cost savings, and system optimization

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  • Published in Global Water Intelligence: Coastal projects bring Stantec a flood of work

    Published in Global Water Intelligence: Coastal projects bring Stantec a flood of work

    Green infrastructure and solutions a growing necessity to protect coastal communities from more frequent and growing storms

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  • Developing solutions to handle PFAS—aka “forever chemicals”—it’s an evolving science

    Developing solutions to handle PFAS—aka “forever chemicals”—it’s an evolving science

    Innovative problem-solving needed as the true depth of PFAS contamination and its effects on humanity remain up in the air

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  • In California, 1 million residents lack clean water. Solutions are on the way.

    In California, 1 million residents lack clean water. Solutions are on the way.

    The new Safe and Affordable Drinking Water program must address social and political factors to succeed

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