World Water Day 2019 - Water For All

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Cardno is proud to recognise World Water Day on Friday March 22. In partnership with our clients, Cardno is making a difference to water management, quality, supply, and education around the world.
UN Water, World Water Day graphic

World Water Day is part of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainable Goal 6 aims to ensure availability and sustainable management of water for all by 2030.

Cardno delivers water projects all over the world. We are recognised for our comprehensive knowledge and skills in all aspects and stages of the water cycle, both in the natural and built environment.

Our teams deliver sustainable water solutions to improve the standard of living for the communities in which we live and work.

As part of providing these solutions, our teams are specialists in:

  • water management
  • water infrastructure design services
  • water supply and wastewater treatment
  • hydro-electrical services
  • coastal management
  • surface and groundwater management
  • wetland and water permitting
  • stormwater management
  • surface and groundwater modelling
  • water supply planning

In addition, our International Development teams educate communities on clean drinking water, water hygiene and water harvesting.

Whether it is a detailed water supply or water conservation analysis, a major flooding or water quality investigation, a water rights assessment, or any other water-related engineering, scientific or management issue, Cardno has the expertise needed to make a difference on many water projects.

Some of our water projects include:

Cambodian man at irrigation pumping station

Cambodia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC)1

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water bladder for communities in Wellington, New Zealand to provide clean water after earthquake events

Community Infrastructure Resilience


stormwater pumping station, connecting with the City of Tampa’s stormwater pipeline

Duck Pond Stormwater Pipeline and Pumping Station


Logan Water Infrastructure Alliance water tank

Logan Water Infrastructure Alliance2


bridge over Passaic River, New Jersey

Risk Assessment for the Passaic River Study Area in New Jersey


Learn more about our expertise in water projects around the world. 

For more information on World Water Day, please visit the World Water Day website

Image credit: DFAT / CAVAC / Samjamphoto
2 Image credit: Logan Water Infrastructure Alliance