Projects related to Water
CLEAN-East – Comprehensive Livestock Environmental Assessments and Nutrient Management Plans: Eastern United States
Expert technical assistance in environmental assessment and nutrient management planning for farm operations in 20 states
RTI worked to help Jordan alleviate their water shortages, caused by rapid population growth, poor utility maintenance and accelerated commercial and agricultural activity.
Providing analytical and decision support to help the U.S. Army establish Net Zero Energy Installations
Protecting Louisiana’s freshwater resources through more informed decision making
Risk assessment and exposure models in support of U.S. efforts to reduce impacts of coal ash and other byproducts of electric power generation
WaterFALL modeling supports long-term water resource planning in Latin America
Our experts have developed a low-cost, low-burden, and scalable tool—dubbed Beacon Relief™—to help disaster relief organizations and governments manage humanitarian logistics.
Reducing energy consumption and providing clean water sources for industrial processes
Under grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s “Reinvent the Toilet” challenge, in 2012 we assembled a team of experts to develop a novel waste treatment system designed for use in the places where people need it most.
Funding forward-thinking, collaborative, groundbreaking work
Modernizing climate, weather, and water services for nation’s largest regional planning agency
Using real-time modeling and visualization to empower specialists to plan for water scarcity
Linking sensors to drones to reduce the cost and expand the possibilities of data collection
Riverside Technology, which RTI acquired in 2017, has been deeply involved in the day-to-day functioning of the Panama Canal’s reservoir system for the past 20 years.
Since 2000, we have been involved in the Nile River Basin Initiative (NBI), a regional intergovernmental partnership that seeks to develop the Nile in a cooperative manner and promote regional peace, water security, and sharing of socio-economic benefits.
Enabling smarter resource management for a vital North American region
Of Nigeria’s population of nearly 300 million people, 71 million do not have access to clean water and 130 million do not have access to basic sanitation.