Ajay Kasarabada, Associate Vice President and Director of Environmental Solutions for Black & Veatch, provides a brilliant discussion on the issue of water’s role in decarbonization and net zero. In this session, you’ll learn about: Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include: Thank You! Thanks to each of you for listening… Continue reading Water’s Role in Decarbonization with Ajay Kasarabada
Shannon Quinn, Global Water Stewardship Leader, and Elizabeth Kinney, Senior Communications and Sustainability Director, of Procter & Gamble provide an in-depth discussion P&G’s vision for a water positive future. They also discuss how companies can enhance their impact on water citing examples of P&G’s own water programs and partnerships. Plus, Reese Tisdale gives us a… Continue reading P&G’s Water Positive Future with Shannon Quinn and Elizabeth Kinney
There are over 72,000 community water systems and wastewater treatment facilities in the U.S. But what is the addressable market opportunity for water and wastewater for utilities and investors? And how do the opportunities vary by utility ownership, system size, and state? Our clients have been asking Bluefield to size the municipal water and wastewater… Continue reading What’s the Addressable Market for Water Utility Consolidation?
Jacobs, one of the leading engineering firms in water, announced plans to spinout its Critical Mission Solutions business unit. With this move, the company streamlines their business focus, including on water, and boosts share price in the wake of higher margins and growth. Bluefield’s water experts discuss the EPC firm’s recent strategy and what the spinout… Continue reading What’s Behind Engineering Firms’ Strategy Shifts in Water?
Nick Dyner, CEO of Moleaer, takes us on an amazing journey into nanobubble technology – what it is, what it does and how it improves water efficiency, water quality, water processes and much more. In this session, you’ll learn about: Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include: Thank You!Thanks to each… Continue reading The Amazing Uses of Nanobubble Technology with Moleaer CEO Nick Dyner
The semiconductor market is a buzz with activity as high demand—primarily driven by consumer electronics and automotive sectors—and policy, namely the U.S. and the EU Chips Acts, come together to create a favorable environment for billion dollar investments for new semiconductor manufacturing plants. Bluefield’s water experts discuss where the investments are happening, globally, and what… Continue reading Will Semiconductor Boom Drive Water Market Opportunities?
Will Pickering, the CEO of the Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority, provides a master class in utility leadership covering a wide range of issues from capital programs to the art of building trust with your customers. Plus, Reese Tisdale joins us for a Bluefield on Tap segment discussing some interesting economic information in the water… Continue reading Utility Leadership, Pittsburgh Style with Will Pickering
Dr. Spencer Taintor, Head of School for St. Mark’s Episcopal School and Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, fills us in on Sea Lab and the awesome programming it provides, as well as an inspirational message of hope about water quality. In this session, you’ll learn about: Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this… Continue reading Sea Lab with Dr. Spencer Taintor
Bluefield’s water experts discuss the European Chemical Agency’s (ECHA) recent launch of a six-month evaluation to review a proposal for restricting the use of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). The proposal, submitted by the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, is representative of public concerns that are escalating in the EU and applies to both… Continue reading EU Regulators Ramp Up PFAS Action for Drinking Water, Biosolids
On 20 March 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments of Arizona v. Navajo Nation, a dispute over Colorado River water rights. The court’s decision could have significant implications for the water rights of Tribes across the country. Navajo Nation is one of the Indian Health Service (IHS) administrative areas with the greatest need for… Continue reading A Perfect Storm: Tribal Infrastructure Investment, Western Water, and the U.S. Supreme Court