Stantec + AZ Water

  • Waste not, want not: Turning human waste into a renewable-energy source for buildings

    Waste not, want not: Turning human waste into a renewable-energy source for buildings

    Tapping into wastewater can help heat buildings in the winter and cool them in the summer—saving more than 50% of energy consumption costs

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  • Project: Nogales International Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Project: Nogales International Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Creative solutions for less than 50 percent the cost of other similar sized facilities

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  • Project: Central Weber Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade

    Project: Central Weber Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade

    We saved the client $7 million by coming in under budget, maintained normal operations for all facilities during construction, and provided the client with sustainable solutions.

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  • Project: Bonnybrook Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion Program

    Project: Bonnybrook Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion Program

    The Bonnybrook Wastewater Treatment Plant is one of the largest biological nutrient removal (BNR) plants in Canada and the largest cold-weather BNR plant in the world.

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  • Infrastructure: The most important conversation you’re not having

    Infrastructure: The most important conversation you’re not having

    The critical work of upgrading our decaying infrastructure has been put on the back burner—that must change

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  • Stantec Wastewater Treatment Services

    Stantec Wastewater Treatment Services

    Waste-to-resource solutions

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  • 9 essential components of a successful value engineering program

    9 essential components of a successful value engineering program

    In this white paper, Derek Da Silva explores how clients can reduce capital costs through value engineering

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  • Climate Change Impacts on Water and Wastewater Infrastructure at Moose Factory Report

    Climate Change Impacts on Water and Wastewater Infrastructure at Moose Factory Report

    Climate risk assessment of Moose Factory’s water and wastewater infrastructure

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  • A quest to find innovative technologies for managing deteriorating water infrastructure

    A quest to find innovative technologies for managing deteriorating water infrastructure

    Various sectors use a range of technologies to manage deteriorating infrastructure; what technologies could work in the water sector?

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  • Need more water? Think Ozone-BAC for "one water" resolution

    Need more water? Think Ozone-BAC for "one water" resolution

    If you thought reverse osmosis was the one and only choice for potable water reuse, think again. Ozonation followed by biological activated carbon (ozone-BAC) is more suited to inland communities.

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  • Economics of Water Series: Changing landscapes in the global water industry

    Economics of Water Series: Changing landscapes in the global water industry

    From technology to relationships, water and wastewater utilities are positioned to drive the circular economy

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  • In resiliency, if we’re not focused on data and technology, we’re in trouble

    In resiliency, if we’re not focused on data and technology, we’re in trouble

    Data collection and its impact on our risk should be a no-brainer, but is it? GIS and information management helps give a clear picture

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