Steady demand in municipal and industrial waste and wastewater markets provide a cotrast to falling demand in economic hard times in most industrial and concumer sectors. The $124-billion U.S. water industry and its eight segments is characterized.
Table of Contents
01.Water: Water industry proves its stability through economic times.pg 1-4
02.Q&A: Black & Veatch's McCarthy: Disconnect between cost and value of water is global.pg 4-6
03.Features: Stormwater management striving for balance between engineered and natural systems approaches.pg 6-9
04.Profiles: CH2M HILL, now on the Fourtune 500, takes on the large, complex water projects, Tetra Tech sees federal markets as healthiest sector for water-related services, Solarbee circulation systems ready for transition to more active sales effort, Seldon Technologies non-U.S. point-of-use markets for carbon nanotube filter, CH2M HILL spins off information technology arm; new company, Critigen to address 'critical infrastructure'.pg 9-15
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