Posts tagged with "potable water"
January 14, 2022
If you’re headed to the IRWA annual conference, we’d love to meet you in person at our booth! HR Green’s water professionals are extremely active in water education and lead sessions in over 35 trade shows annually! Wastewater and water personnel face multiple challenges in the course of the workday. HR Green’s unique fusion of
November 10, 2021
HR Green is pleased to announce that Mark Volle, PE has joined the firm as Lead Engineer in the water business line. Mark brings over 13 years of experience with large-scale municipal water and wastewater projects, including planning, permitting, design, and construction administration.
September 27, 2021
The City of Lake Jackson needed emergency drinking water consulting services to respond to an incident exposure to Naegleria Fowleri. The project included daily cross-referencing field chlorine residual data and providing graphic displays and a review of the results. They also needed assistance with operational and maintenance issues and proposed chlorination system improvement recommendations. As an
March 15, 2019
HR Green is pleased to announce that Tim Korby has joined the firm’s St. Paul, Minnesota office as Regional Director for the Water business line. Tim brings over 33 years of experience in the design and implementation of urban and rural infrastructure projects. His work focuses on meeting the needs of municipal clients through the planning and development of projects for wastewater, potable water, storm water, treatment plants, and wellhead and groundwater protection.
October 12, 2017
Most Americans take the water systems that bring clean water to and from their homes and businesses for granted. They turn on the tap and flush the toilet without thinking twice about where that water came from or where it will go. But could you imagine a day without water? Without safe, reliable water and wastewater service?
June 6, 2016
The City of Keokuk is located in southeast Iowa along the Mississippi River. Keokuk Municipal Water Works currently operates a water treatment plant with an average daily demand of 12 to 14 MGD. The source of the water is the Mississippi River. A large percentage of water consumption comes from industrial users. In particular, the
December 8, 2015
Mathew Wildman is a co-author of an article recently published in the American Water Works Association Journal. The article details our work in Palo, Iowa to create a complete drinking water treatment plant and distribution system following the 2008 floods
April 20, 2015
HR Green is pleased to announce it has been chosen by the Xenia Rural Water District to design upgrades to its Woodward Water Treatment Plant (WTP) which is approximately 30 years old.
November 14, 2013
A two-mile long county road expansion was designed to provide nutrient and suspended solid load reductions to downstream water bodies.