These four Canadian cities are among the 100 that are taking a more resilient approach to their utilities in the event of another natural disaster:
Natural gas produces power, but it also contains a renewable compound that contributes to several products we use every day.
In a midsized city in southern Michigan, a car manufacturer recently celebrated a unique birthday, and didn’t waste any cake.
Veolia has been recognized by Intel as a 2016 Preferred Quality Supplier (PQS) award winner.
If you asked a group of eighth-graders what “produced water” is, you’d likely receive blank stares.
Working closely with Veolia, Chevron’s water treatment system recovers and treats produced water for beneficial reuse.
In 1942, a small town in southern Washington State known as Hanford went nuclear. But there was a caveat.
It goes like this: Kids walk down to the spring, fill up large yellow jerry cans, walk them home, repeat. It’s common practice in Uganda.
The term “innovation” may elicit images of high-tech companies and modern office spaces, but it actually applies to a wider range of industries.
When does a water reclamation plant start competing with a museum for visitors?