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Groundwater Contamination

We are arguing with out local council in south suffolk about e coli in our groundwater and thus into our surface well. How it gets there and how best to deal with it to provide safe drinking water. Looking for someone who knows and prepared to argue if necessary as we think the council don't know.

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    Jan |Senior consultant

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    Steven |Independent Consultant

    What is the specific arguement with your local council, e.g., source of E. coli; allowable/acceptab...

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    John |Consultant

    My understanding is that south Suffolk is a rural ***** such, surface intrusion from animal husba...

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Water Testing

I believe my water is contaminated by sewage. I need an expert to test my water, and if there is sewage in it, possibly testify for me in court. I live in a city close to dallas texas

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    Peter |President

    I have 40 year's experience in ***** *****tment and have had my own consulting company...

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    Anwar |Training Manager

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    Aaron |Senior Geologist

    I can help and I can help you do this cheaper than getting too much costly expertise up front. Be in...

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Smart Meters Market In Usa (gas And Water)

Description/need: we are trying to assess the smart meter (gas and water) market in usa. Focus of the study is to understand the regulatory overview, procurement process and adoption statistics for water and gas smart meters in usa (especially in ohio, wisconsin, new york and california). For this, we are trying to speak with respondents who are working with water and gas utilities in the above 4 states or with smart meter manufacturers such as itron, kamstrup, elster, schneider, etc. Number of experts: 3-4 timeframe: from 18rd january 2021 to 9th february 2021 geography: given above companies zintro can try to reach out to: smart meter manufacturers such as itron, kamstrup, elster, schneider, etc. Water and gas utility companies in ohio, wisconsin, new york and california expert job title(s): respondents that are at the following designations or higher • smart meter manufacturers – sales / marketing manager and above • utility companies – procurement / operations manager and above screening questions: 1. What are the standards / certification required to manufacture and commercialize smart meters for water and gas for household applications in usa? How do these differ from standards / certifications applicable for smart meters for electricity in household applications? Do these standards differ at a state level (especially in california, new york, ohio and wisconsin) 2. What regulations are followed by utility companies and smart meter manufacturers while implementing these water and gas smart meters in california / new york / ohio / wisconsin? Are there any regulations in order to maintain data privacy? 3. Are smart water and gas meters widely adopted in usa (especially in the states of california, new york, ohio and wisconsin)? What is the % adoption rate of smart water and gas meters in the country and specifically in the 4 mentioned states? Are there any federal / state level policies that are expected to drive the adoption of smart water and gas meters? 4. Which are the key smart meter (electricity, water and gas) manufacturers/ companies that are active in each of the afore-mentioned 4 states? What is their approximate market share in the referred states? 5. What is the procurement process like for smart meters in each of the 4 states? Are the smart meters procured and installed by the utility companies? Who are the key decision makers / influencers in the value chain? What are the selection criteria based on which these products are procured and installed? 6. Who attains ownership of the smart meters / communication modules/ in-house displays (ihd)? Is it the utility company / manufacturer or homeowner?7. How much is the average life expectancy for smart meters in usa? During the period that they are in use, are they tested for accuracy?

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    Jeff |President

    I am an energy engineer in *****tice. Have used smart meters on projects and as tools for my...

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    James |Director

    I may be of help with this one. I have worked with smart meters in the electric and gas sectors sinc...

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    Behzad |Aerospace & Renewable

    I have over 31 years of global industry experience including smart metering technologies, innovation...

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Groundwater Contaminant Removal

We are looking to speak with multiple experts who are familiar with the market on groundwater contaminant removal for four contaminants: pfas, 1,4-dioxane, 1,2,3-tcp, and tocs including deep knowledge in technologies used to remove contaminants (gac, ix, ro, combination). This is a paid 1-hour phone interview. Kindly respond with a brief answer as to your relevance in the space below: 1. Are you able to speak about major trends in the niche groundwater contaminant removal market, e.G., us federal and state regulations for pfas, pfas treatment projects? 2. Market share of major players under treatment solutions and competitive dynamics (e.G., who's clear market leader, who's expanding quickly) 3. For muni vs. Industrial customers, what is the buying process and requirements? Do they have different purchasing criteria to evaluate preferred technologies? 4. Are you familiar with the go-to-market strategies of the largest manufacturers playing in niche groundwater contaminants removal?

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    Mike |North America Director of Sales

    I’m the Sales Director for North America with the worlds leading *****nology Company. We are cu...

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    Frank |Technical Consultant

    GAC will have longer contact times and will trap organics better than selective resins. Resins will...

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    Aaron |Operations Manager

    I referred your email to Jim Fricke . He ismuch more qualified to have this discussion than I am. ...

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Waste Water And Utilities Industry

Title: ptw & noc experts from wastewater/ utilities industries dear all, protiviti is a global business consulting, risk advisory and internal audit firm in middle east. We are looking for an expert to support us in providing consultancy services pertaining to permit to work (ptw) & no objection certificate (noc) from wastewater & utilities industries. Please find below qualification/ expertise requirement and scope of work for your reference. The project duration will be 6 – 10 months and location would be in oman. Qualification/ expertise requirement: 1. Engineering degree with at least 15 years' experience in hse and five years' experience in ptw 2. Experience in ohsas18001 and iso14001 3. Experience in risk assessment 4. Experience in conducting gap analysis 5. Experience in development of procedures and specifications 6. Awareness of ptw and noc national and international standards scope of work: the scope is to analyze and enhance the existing ptw and noc systems that is applicable to all operational activities which requires ptw and noc including but not limited to o&m, projects and facility management activities. The enhanced systems shall authorize consultant personnel to carry out all specific work, at a certain time and space, and which sets out the main precautions needed to complete the job safely with no damages to any existing assets. Regards, saurabh

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    Robert |Managing Director

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    Adedamola |President / CEO

    Hi There, I am a professional Engineer and a program management consultant with extensive experien...

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    Bostjan |Consultant

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Water Utility

Sr engineer waste water wwtp for power & water utility industry

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    Jackson |Senior Engineer

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    I would like to obtain some additional details about your inquiry....

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Bottled Water Industry

I would like to know if you could provide me a custom report regarding the following information:i am looking for data only for the water bottled industry for 5 countries and the world.Usa- china - mexico - france - india and globali need the information per size:less 1 liter, 1l to 1.5 l, more 1 l to 19 l, 20 li need in liter and $$ valuei also need for the same value above, to list the top 3 local and top 3 imported company in liter (if possible) and in $$usd thank yourobert 

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    Debbie |CEO

    Hello, I can help you but I need to discuss a budget and timeline...

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Capital Delivery In The Water Sector

We are conducting a study on capital delivery in the uk municipal water sector, and are looking to speak to capital delivery and asset management leaders in uk water and wastewater utilities. This is a paid 1-hour phone interview. If interested, kindly respond with a short answer as to your relevance in the space below: 1. Are you able to speak about priorities, themes, unmet needs and evolution of capital delivery in uk water sector? 2. Are you familiar with different water/wastewater utilities’ approach to netzero? 3. Can you speak to the strengths and weaknesses and level of alignment to customer needs of large capital delivery programme organizations? *please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and are not seeking confidential information* **referrals are highly appreciated**

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    Robert |Senior Hydraulic Consultant

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    John |International Business Development & Del

    "1. Are you able to speak about priorities, themes, unmet needs and evolution of capital delivery in...

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    Arunachalam |Platform Delivery - Asset Management & D

    "1. Are you able to speak about priorities, themes, unmet needs and evolution of capital delivery in...

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Potable Water Network Diagnosis For Proposing Rehabilitation Action

To participate in investigating a 3500 km potable water network and ancillary facilities in a 1.6 million inhabitants city and to document results in a gis system leading to a diagnosis that guides how to go about its rehabilitation

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    John |CEO, PE

    Dear tinzin, Our company would be able to ***** from all main breaks, leaks, etc. and perfor...

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    Andre |Project Manager

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Plumbing Wholesale

We are conducting research into the pipes, fittings, valves and accessories used for residential and commercial potable water systems in the united states. We’re hoping to speak with current or former owners / employees of plumbing wholesale companies who can talk knowledgeably about common product margins and/or multipliers by product category.

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    Ali |Sr. Drilling Engineer

    I am not in this business. Sorry I cannot help hete...

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    Chip |Vice President, Business Development

    My experience is on the contracting and manufacturing side of the plumbing business. Sorry I can't k...

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Chile Water Industry For Mining

I am looking for following information on chile water industry water consumption efficiency (water usage per ore produced) data in different mining sites in chile especially in antofagasta and tarapacá region. Water supply and demand data historical and forecast(five years) for chile mainly in antofagasta and tarapacá region. Please note that i am looking for phone consulting or equivalent and this is not a research project.

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    Alex |Senior Managing Director

    I know water, mining and Chile, have invested in all. I have *****rience, financing experi...

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    Arvind |Geologist

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    Corby |Harrison Western Professor

    Greetings. I can assist you. I am going to Chile this week and will ***** a meeting focused...

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Groundwater

I live at caroline, alberta. The county is putting in a gravel pit on the quarter west of us, and we have grave concerns about how the hydrology will be affected. They plan to dig about 3 metres below the water table, only a few hundred metres from where underground springs feed our creek. I also wondered if we have species that would be considered at risk - lightning bugs in particular. My # is ********* i hope that you can advise me or know someone closer who can. Thank you so very much, marianne

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    Steven |Principal Hydrologist/Hydrogeologist

    Marianne Give me a call and I will help you ID questions and prioritize issues. My hourly fee for in...

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    Andy |Project Geologist

    Hi Marianne, My expertise is in Florida, but we have very similar subsurface conditions in many par...

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    Daniel |Principal Hydrogeologist

    Hello Marianne! I am a groundwater "expert" and have some experience with gravel pits and groundwat...

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Sub-surface water, or groundwater, is fresh water located in the pore space of soil and rocks. It is also water that is flowing within aquifers below the water table. Sometimes it is useful to make a distinction between sub-surface water that is closely associated with surface water and deep sub-surface water in an aquifer (sometimes called "fossil water"). Sub-surface water can be thought of in the same terms as surface water: inputs, outputs and storage. The critical difference is that due to its slow rate of turnover, sub-surface water storage is generally much larger compared to inputs than it is for surface water. This difference makes it easy for humans to use sub-surface water unsustainably for a long time without severe consequences. Nevertheless, over the long term the average rate of seepage above a sub-surface water source is the upper bound for average consumption of water from that source.

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