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Coal Conversion and Biomass
Our Decarbonizaton Pathways eBooks help our clients stay ahead of the curve so they can progress relevant and effective decarbonization strategies and help the world transition to net-zero.
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Water Loss Management Solutions

Black & Veatch professionals bring specialized planning experience that integrates water loss control programs, systems and data integration, and asset management to help water utilities manage resources more efficiently.

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Water Reuse Technologies Key to Communities’ Sustainability and Prosperity
Water reuse and desalination can be key technologies supporting the growth, resilience and sustainability of communities for generations to come. But while they are often considered after water scarcity issues become prevalent, the potential of reuse and desalination to serve as preventative tools protecting groundwater and other water supplies is substantial.
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BNR complex strengthens the sustainability and resilience of a vital California environmental and water supply resource
EchoWater BNR Project

Protecting California’s livelihood means protecting its water.

In 2010, the state mandated strict new water quality requirements in the discharge permit of the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (Regional San). The utility operates the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (SRWTP), serving the sanitation needs of 1.6 million customers. The new regulations prompted Regional San to implement the EchoWater project, a $1.7 billion upgrade of the SRWTP.

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Why VPR could be right for your project, right now
The grid of the future will require digitalization to deliver higher performance, increased flexibility and integrate a new generation mix. Virtual Protective Relays (VPR) are an important step in this process, but widespread integration seems far off. If you have an EPC Renewables Integration project, learn how VPR could be the right option for your project right now.
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Environmental & Land Services
You can see a greenfield site transform into a hyperscale datacenter or a vacant lot turn into an EV charging site. What you can’t see are all the steps in between to make the project a reality. From site acquisition through commissioning, Black & Veatch works behind the scenes to provide comprehensive environmental and land services to support our clients’ growth.
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Routing Services
Black & Veatch provides innovative and cost effective routing solutions to complex challenges. We offer comprehensive GIS-based routing services, supporting services and program management in right of way acquisition, environmental permitting, engineering, procurement and construction.
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Safety Week 2022: The World Is Your Gym

Black & Veatch is an established member and supporter of Safety Week. This year our emphasis is on being connected, supported and safe. Join us for this session, The World Is Your Gym

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Safety Week 2022: Friday Mindfulness Moment

Black & Veatch is an established member and supporter of Safety Week. This year our emphasis is on being connected, supported and safe. Join us for our Friday Mindfulness Moment session. 

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Safety Week 2022: Thursday Mindfulness Moment

Black & Veatch is an established member and supporter of Safety Week. This year our emphasis is on being connected, supported and safe. Join us for our Thursday Mindfulness Moment session. 

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Safety Week 2022: Stretch and Flex - Lower Body

Black & Veatch is an established member and supporter of Safety Week. This year our emphasis is on being connected, focused and safe. Join us for our Stretch and Flex - Lower Body session. 

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PRICO® LNG Technology
For safe, efficient and economical solutions in LNG production, we bring it all together. In the early 1960s, Black & Veatch was an industry pioneer, involved in one of the world’s first LNG facilities in Algeria.
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Cultivating Company Cultures of Sustainability
It has been more than 50 years since Senator Gaylord Nelson organized the first Earth Day in 1970, when 20 million Americans — 10 percent of the total United States population at the time—took to the streets to voice concerns over the growing impacts of industrial development and environmental degradation.

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