The rapid pace of regulatory change for per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) substances requires a nimble approach from the water industry to adapt to what’s emerging. Fortunately, there are reliable treatment technologies to remove PFAS from drinking water. Learn how Brown and Caldwell is helping clients to identify cost-effective, innovative, and flexible treatment technologies to support public health.
March 14, 2023
Addressing the U.S. EPAs new PFAS Maximum Contaminant Levels
What you need to know about the US EPA’s new PFAS drinking water MCLs
UN Water Conference
March 20, 2023
PepsiCo contributes $1.5M to replenish local groundwater in Southern California
New inland injection well to improve drought resiliency and replenish local groundwater supplies to further establish water independence for four ...
March 9, 2023
Brown and Caldwell Los Angeles – join the excitement!
Want to know what makes BC’s L.A. office a rewarding place to work and grow?
The Colorado River at The Chains in Page, Arizona.
March 5, 2023
BC Insider: Challenges and opportunities in the Colorado River Basin
Proactive steps to take now for short- and long-term planning
March 1, 2023
Brown and Caldwell to develop Southern California drought mitigation study
Project to evaluate delivery options of Colorado River water and regional storage for equitable water access amid historic drought
Brown and Caldwell looks to the future of 75 years and counting
Employee-owned firm continues pioneering legacy of technical excellence, innovation, and talent growth
Black History Month and Engineers Week: Why I became an engineer
Brown and Caldwell engineers share their inspirational stories
February 8, 2023
Career Branding in the Water Industry With Jenelle Armstrong
Empowering Industry podcast spotlights BC's portfolio chief engineer
February 1, 2023
Evaluate pH and alkalinity targets to help control corrosion
AWWA Opflow article outlines upgrades at a Colorado-based water treatment facility
Photo by Joanne Francis on Unsplash
January 17, 2023
Research project underway to prepare water utilities for wildfire events
Findings to help drinking water utilities increase treatment resilience to wildfires
NEWEA 2023 Annual Conference & Exhibit