Deal calls for $110 million to invest in water facility upgrades, as much as $2.5 million annually to use treated wastewater Updated 10:43 am, Wednesday, December 14, 2016 Tuesday was red-letter day in Midland as the city of Midland and Pioneer Natural Resources signed a historic water deal.
Consolidated Water confirmed details of a deal with the state of Baja California, Mexico, through subsidiary Aguas de Rosarito, to design, construct, finance, and operate a seawater desalination plant in Playas de Rosarito. - Water. desalination + reuse news centre
The market for public-private partnerships in the US is growing, with an increasingly diverse range of projects entering the pipeline and reaching financial close.
For much of the last century, America's infrastructure cultivated innovation and progress. Our interstate highway system facilitated commerce and travel. The nation's power grid expanded until virtually every household had access to electricity. And our water and wastewater systems raised the... read more
It may not be common knowledge, but private companies have been helping cities manage public water systems for some time. According to the National Environmental Services Center, a process known as design-bid-build is the traditional method employed by water utilities throughout the U.S.
As city councilors here discussed the local water system recently, Summer Smith, a homeowner, rose to ask a question: "Can you explain in plain English what 'emergent water conditions' means? It sounds kind of alarming." David Trovato, the council president, acknowledged that any hint of a water... read more