Testimony filed in Indianapolis Water Co.'s rate case shows the city in 2007 agreed to take on millions of dollars in costs
from the private firm it hired to operate the utility, including $48 million in retiree medical plan obligations.
Matthew Klein has agreed to serve on a panel discussion concerning the canal: “Indy’s Central Canal—public
or private pipeline?” during the Indiana University Law Environmental Symposium, April 1 at IUPUI’s Inlow Hall.
Cost savings from combining three utilities helped give Citizens Energy Group an advantage in the deal to take over Indianapolis'
water and sewer operations, said Michael Huber, the city’s director of enterprise development.
Mike’s Express Carwash uses a lot of water. There’s just no getting around it. So when automated systems engineer
Ryan Binkley looked for ways to conserve resources, he focused on the company’s irrigation systems.