The future Is here: Embracing a new paradigm in the world of water

April 22, 2014 Art Umble

The future of the public utility looks much different than it has traditionally. It is about recognizing the intrinsic resource value in wastewaters and moving to adopt technology that captures these benefits as soon as practical.

Dr. Art Umble, wastewater practice leader, discusses the future of collection and treatment of domestic wastewater for utilities and the ratepayers they serve.

Read The Future Is Here — Embracing A New Paradigm In The World Of Water published by Water Online to find out more.
 
This article was reprinted with permission from Water Online and may not be reproduced without express permission from the publisher. Content was originally published by MWH Global, which is now part of Stantec.
 

About the Author

Art Umble

As the global lead for wastewater practice, Art Umble's position involves developing strategies and providing solutions for complex wastewater treatment challenges. His role? To connect our Company’s global resources in process design to promote collaboration and deliver comprehensive knowledge and expertise to our clients.

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