Insituform Technologies, a subsidiary of Aegion Corporation, has been awarded a $5 million contract from the city of Beverly Hills, CA, for the rehabilitation of over 135,000 feet of small-diameter sewer pipelines.
Aegion Corporation announced that Thomas E. Vossman has accepted the position of Senior Vice President-International. Based out of Houston, Vossman will be responsible for the overall growth and profitability of Aegion’s Water and Wastewater platform (Insituform Technologies Inc.) in Asia, Australia and Europe, as well as the company’s Asian Commercial and Structural platform (Fyfe Asia).
Growing Blue announced that IBM, Xylem Inc. and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), represented by its Center for Sustainable Communities, have joined as new members of the Growing Blue network. The organizations will become part of Growing Blue's executive committee and will support its mission of raising awareness about water resource challenges and the need for thoughtful solutions.
The Clean Water America Alliance announced a name change to the U.S. Water Alliance and the formation of a One Water Management network, both reflecting the organization’s core mission. “We’re changing our name but not our game,” explains Alliance President Ben Grumbles.
(More at Florida DOT Approves Project Switch To Slide Rail) Because of the nearby federally-protected wetlands, all discharge and drainage water from dewatering were monitored closely by the Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection , the federal Environmental Protection Agency and the local Southwest Florida Water Management District.
The number of North American households connected directly into fiber networks has hit the nine million mark, with small incumbent telephone companies continuing to lead the growth in fiber to the home deployments, according to the Fiber-to-the-Home Council Americas.