Pennoni Perspective Volume 22 • Issue 4 • Winter 2018/19 - Page 27

Channel Partner Highlight: 60% 50% Sustainable Water 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Have not considered Planning Now Maturing Advanced In the next three years Which stage cities say best describes their level of maturity in terms of water and wastewater smart technologies (i.e. smart meters, automated leak detection, water pollution detection). Water is not a limitless resource, and most specifically, neither is clean, drinkable water. Sustainable Water is committed to changing the land- scape of water resource management through reclamation of on-site waste- water for non-potable reuse by pro- viding clients impactful water manage- ment solutions that minimize risk and enhance environmental stewardship. Using a unique development approach called a Water Processing Agreement, Sustainable Water provides the oppor- tunity for clients to maximize financial savings while dramatically reducing drinkable water consumption as well as wastewater disposal. By extending the lifecycle of water, generations to come will benefit greatly from these innovative solutions to enhance an aged infrastructure. Pennoni is working in partnership with Sustainable Water to identify new clients for on-site reuse as well as provide the complete design- build services that Sustainable Water needs to build successful water reuse projects. Our water/wastewater team has the engineering and technical expertise to deliver our innovative smart solutions while minimizing design and construction costs and reliably meeting the project budget. For more information, read about the WaterHub developed in partnership with Emory. P E N N O N I | 27