Water & Wastewater Engineering

  • Collaboration Re-Defined: Positioning for Success at PR19

    Collaboration Re-Defined: Positioning for Success at PR19

    Ken Gedman talks about collaboration for water company success in AMP7

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  • The challenges of water supply in Canada's far north Nunavut communities

    The challenges of water supply in Canada's far north Nunavut communities

    Ken Johnson discusses how Nunavut communities in Northern Canada struggle with water shortage and supply issues

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  • Knowledge sharing in the water industry

    Knowledge sharing in the water industry

    Dr. Lisa Barrott talks about the importance of sharing knowledge to address challenges in the water industry

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  • Conveying water in steep heights: Solutions for a hydropower project in the Andes Mountains

    Conveying water in steep heights: Solutions for a hydropower project in the Andes Mountains

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  • Embracing the challenge in a new era of project management and delivery

    Embracing the challenge in a new era of project management and delivery

    In an ever-changing industry, we must look past traditional execution and tackle a new way of delivering successful projects

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  • Marshall Davert on Stantec’s role in a changing water industry

    In this Global Water Intelligence article, Marshall shares why he believes in shared value procurement models for both capex and opex

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  • Water regulation change forces quick action to keep Minnesota city’s water flowing

    Water regulation change forces quick action to keep Minnesota city’s water flowing

    Cottage Grove had to shut down 8 of its 11 wells; good client-designer-contractor relations helped shrink a years-long solution to 2 months

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  • Economics of Water Series: Looking back at the WateReuse Symposium—5 major reuse themes

    Economics of Water Series: Looking back at the WateReuse Symposium—5 major reuse themes

    ‘Wastewater’ equals a water opportunity wasted; in some parts of the world, direct potable reuse is a real solution to water deficiencies

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  • Economics of Water Series: Extreme weather—resiliency, planning, and preparedness

    Economics of Water Series: Extreme weather—resiliency, planning, and preparedness

    Economics of Water, a Series—Part 2: Community leaders must have a clear understanding of their vulnerabilities and sensitivities

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  • Tunneling Rules of Thumb: Dust

    Tunneling Rules of Thumb: Dust

    In this Tunnels and Tunneling column, Stantec's Keivan Rafie discusses the importance of understanding, classifying, and controlling dust in tunneling and underground projects.

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  • In resiliency, if we’re not focused on data and technology, we’re in trouble

    In resiliency, if we’re not focused on data and technology, we’re in trouble

    Data collection and its impact on our risk should be a no-brainer, but is it? GIS and information management helps give a clear picture

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  • Economics of Water Series: Extreme weather—after the hurricanes

    Economics of Water Series: Extreme weather—after the hurricanes

    Resiliency and coastal restoration experts say severe storm recovery starts with preparedness

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  • Alternative water source systems: 5 things a project should consider

    Alternative water source systems: 5 things a project should consider

    Read Vijay Sundaram and Wendy Chen's article in Industrial WaterWorld.

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  • Will membrane aerated bioreactors (MABR) change how we treat wastewater?

    Will membrane aerated bioreactors (MABR) change how we treat wastewater?

    MABRs are showing promise as a cost-effective option to improve treatment, expand capacity, and reduce energy consumption

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  • Economics of Water (Edition 4): Innovative solutions for reusing water

    Economics of Water (Edition 4): Innovative solutions for reusing water

    Many communities across the U.S., including large metropolitan areas, inland regions and rural locations, are struggling to address the growing demand for water and shrinking access to fresh water.

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  • Rob Simm presenting on Biological Selenium Removal at the 2018 Selenium Summit

    Rob Simm presenting on Biological Selenium Removal at the 2018 Selenium Summit

    Led by Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and Wageningen University. Focused on international collaborative research to address challenges of removing selenium and nitrogen from water sources

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  • Wildfire recovery: Creating a resilient home for outdoor education from ashes

    Wildfire recovery: Creating a resilient home for outdoor education from ashes

    Brianna Daniels helps to rebuild a California Boy Scout camp devastated by wildfire—and discovers her most memorable project

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  • National Preparedness Month: Two things you can do now to protect you and your family

    National Preparedness Month: Two things you can do now to protect you and your family

    Preparing an emergency kit and checking your insurance coverage are two simple steps towards preparedness

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  • [With Video] Project Impossible? Not when you have the right team!

    [With Video] Project Impossible? Not when you have the right team!

    A massive flood-fighting complex in New Orleans is featured on HISTORY’s documentary series premiering on September 1

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  • Nature is a patient, not a machine: Looking at stream restoration through the medical lens

    Nature is a patient, not a machine: Looking at stream restoration through the medical lens

    We shouldn’t treat natural channel design like any other engineering project

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