At AquaNova, LLC, we focus on urban water designs that protect and restore water bodies and landscapes by imitating a more natural and sustainable state. We believe that sustainable urban systems should be powered with renewable sources of energy, achieve the smallest possible ecological and water footprint, and emit the lowest quantity of pollution possible, including green house gasses (GHGs) related to global climatic change.
With over 50 plus years of experience we are uniquely qualified to assist government agencies, landscape architects, developers, stakeholders and large consultancies on how to best develop sustainable urban and regional multiuse water management systems. This includes balancing social, economic and environmental factors in order to achieve harmony between people, ecology and available resources.
AquaNova LLC, 27 Hill Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
ph 01 617 240 4918
AquaNova International s.r.o. in Prague is a part of the winning team on reconstruction of the main wastewater treatment plant for Prague. The Principal of the company, Ing Dr Petr Grau, former President of the International Water Association and environmental advisor to Swedish King, is also active in Italy.
In 2013 Dr. V. Novotny was retained by the US Government Accountability Office (US GAO) to review and assess the TMDL program. The report has been published in December 2013 and is available from the US Government Accountability Office web site.
On April 15-26,2013 Dr. Novotny taught graduate courses on Water Centric Sustainable Communities at the University of Pavia in Italy (sponsored by the Fulbright Foundation) and September 23 – October 5, 2013 in Prague (Czech Republic) at the University of Chemical Technology. In total, 40 graduate students and faculty participated at both universities
The “Water Centric Sustainable Communities” workshop held on January 19-21, 2014 in Seattle (WA) convened by Dr. Vladimir Novotny and offered by the University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee) was a great success. The 2 1/2 day workshop sponsored by the Seattle Public Utility Comission and King County was attended by 45 participants. Thanks to Steve Moddemeyer of Collins – Woerman (Seattle) for organizing the workshop and all presenters for an interesting and exciting Cities of the Future program.
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