Tag Archives: Public-Private Partnerships

Wastewater Treatment Takes Center Stage in Alexandria, Va.

May 4, 2016

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AlexRenew-Kids on the field during dedication

Alexandria Renew Enterprises connects the community to water In Alexandria, Va., wastewater treatment services are taking the spotlight. A new multipurpose athletic field sitting over a nutrient management facility and an environmental center will connect the community to the often invisible but vital public service of transforming water. “A new series of projects is enabling […]

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Not Your Usual Scenic Attraction

November 13, 2015

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Visitors toured the Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility on a bus as part of Doors Open Milwaukee. The annual event has experienced double-digit growth since its inaugural year in 2011. Photo courtesy of Veolia.

Historic WRRF draws thousands of visitors during Doors Open Milwaukee event   Of the 150 attractions, such as free tours of historic churches and museums, offered during the annual Doors Open Milwaukee, the Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility (Milwaukee) is one of the most popular. The 1.1 million-m3/d (300-mgd) facility, which is run jointly by […]

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Tokyo Waterworks Research Fellow Presents on Public-Private Partnerships

August 29, 2013

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Masaaki Nakayama, team leader in the budget and planning section at Tokyo Municipal Government, Bureau of Waterworks, presents research on public-private partnerships at Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) headquarters. WEF photo/Jennifer Fulcher.

On July 9, Masaaki Nakayama’s work at the Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) culminated in a presentation on public-private partnerships. Nakayama, team leader in the budget and planning section at Tokyo Municipal Government, Bureau of Waterworks, spent three months working with Barry Liner, director of WEF’s Water, Science, and Engineering Center, while researching the […]

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