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August 11, 2009
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Participants in a roundtable discussion on the findings of a recently published Aspen Institute report.

NAWC Participates in Aspen Institute Dialogue; Helps to Collaboratively Identify a Sustainable Path Toward Improving Nation’s Water Infrastructure

A milestone report published by the Aspen Institute’s Energy and Environment Program outlines how the United States’ aging and ailing water infrastructure can be restored and managed in a way that will not only be economically sustainable, but will protect the nation’s natural watershed and meet the various challenges associated with climate change, such as droughts, heavy storms and flooding events.

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NACWA Awards Two Veolia Water Partnerships for 100% Permit Compliance

The successful operational partnership between Veolia Water North America and the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) was recognized by the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), which awarded the Milwaukee operations with two Platinum Peak Performance Awards.

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Arizona Water Association Names Arizona American Water’s Initiative ‘Project of the Year’

Arizona American Water’s Northwest Valley team was given the Water Reuse Small Project of the Year award at the annual Arizona Water Reuse Conference in Flagstaff, Ariz. The award is for innovative use of the Big Bubba Water Filter. The operation’s team invented a way to use the water filter for internal industrial use, reducing water consumption and cutting water costs by more than 50 percent annually.

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CH2M HILL Named a Best Company to Work For in Colorado

CH2M HILL has been named a Best Company to Work For in Colorado by ColoradoBiz magazine. Denver serves as the firm’s global headquarters, and CH2M HILL employs nearly 2,400 Coloradans.

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North Carolina Appoints New Commissioner

Commissioner Brown-Bland was appointed to the North Carolina Utilities Commission by Gov. Beverly Eaves Perdue for an unexpired term ending on June 30, 2009, and for a full term that began on July 1, 2009, and ends on June 30, 2017.

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