Black & Veatch Consortium Advances Prayagraj Wastewater Programme to Design-and-build Phase

Namami Gange project will enhance significantly river quality at the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati
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MUMBAI, India, April 16, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Namami Gange is the Indian government’s ambitious programme to restore water quality in the Ganga and its tributaries. Completion, by a Black & Veatch consortium, of a project at Prayagraj – also known as Allahabad - has brought enhanced water quality at one of the most venerated sites a step closer.

“We are honored and happy to be associated with Namami Gange Programme for paving the way for modern integrated wastewater management in Prayagraj,” according to Rajiv Menon, Managing Director, Black & Veatch India.

New Black & Veatch Water and Wastewater Report Provides Insight into Water Rates in Top 50 U.S. Cities

Report offers benchmarking data to help cities, utilities plan for financial resilience
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., March 8, 2019 /3BL Media/ — Across the U.S., water and wastewater management is gaining greater attention as cities and utilities grapple with rising rates for water and sewer services, the direct result of aging infrastructure, rising operational costs, evolving capital funding mechanisms and regulatory requirements.

Carnival Corporation Releases 2017 Sustainability Report, Meets Goal to Reduce Carbon Footprint Ahead of Schedule

World’s largest leisure travel company achieves 26.3 percent reduction in CO2ee, surpassing 2020 target ahead of schedule

Report details key initiatives and progress from the company and its nine cruise line brands, furthering its strong commitment to sustainability and corporate responsibility

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Report details key initiatives and progress from the company and its nine cruise line brands, furthering its strong commitment to sustainability and corporate responsibility

4 Ways Treating Wastewater Can Change The World

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Water is one of the most important resources we have – and yet every day we are wasting it. This year’s World Water Day on March 22 takes up the theme of wastewater, and how we can create a better world by treating and reusing this resource.

One statistic makes the problem of wastewater incredibly clear: globally, over 80 percent of the wastewater generated by society flows back into the ecosystem without being treated or reused. Not only is this damaging to the environment and human health, but it is literally wasting a resource that could strengthen societies and economies.

Sustainability in Action | Remanufacturing

Operations at Trane Remanufacturing Facility Include Large Emphasis on Sustainability
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Countless air conditioning compressors and motors get a new life at the Trane Remanufacturing Facility in Charlotte, North Carolina, every year. Employees at this facility specialize in disassembling, cleaning, inspecting and rebuilding old equipment to extend its working lifespan.

White House Lauds Ceres' Sustainable Water Initiatives at World Water Day Summit

Five major companies join Ceres’ Connect the Drops Campaign with collective commitments to save one billion gallons of water by 2020
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March 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Ceres’ Connect the Drops campaign in California and its climate-resilient water bonds initiative were both recognized at a White House ceremony today commemorating World Water Day.

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Featured Research: Powering the Wastewater Renaissance

Hidden away or underground, wastewater infrastructure is an essential component to growing, sustainable communities. Around the world, this infrastructure enables cities to develop, economies to grow and communities to thrive. It is also a major source of global greenhouse gas emissions, primarily due to inherent inefficiencies. (Source: EPA)


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