Tetra Tech helps clients implement integrated One Water solutions aimed at increasing economic prosperity, improving quality of life, and protecting the environment to support resilient and sustainable communities.

Our team understands the challenges that communities face in managing water effectively and efficiently while also addressing other critical concerns such as economic development, transportation, energy, waste management, and parks and recreation. We emphasize triple bottom line solutions by integrating social, environmental, and financial needs to connect water management to other critical objectives. Tetra Tech integrates wastewater and stormwater as valuable resources—sources of water supply, nutrients, minerals, and energy—to be optimized via recycling, recovery, and reuse. We also support innovative, clean, and green technologies and approaches, using green infrastructure and smart water technologies to help create what citizens value most: thriving cities, competitive business, and healthy and attractive communities.

Recent Posts

Imagine a day without water blog.

Keeping Our Source Water Safe, Together

Educating ourselves and STEM students on how to protect our source water for Imagine a Day Without Water

Tetra Tech identified Green Infrastructure projects to reduce stormwater pollutants and provide sea level resilience in

One Water Strategies Provide Global Benefits and Develop Resilient Communities

Combatting climate change and public health challenges through One Water strategies while improving water quality and public health and providing economic benefits

Municipal, NGO, and private sector changemakers discuss engaging others in implementing One Water at the US Water Allian

Tetra Tech Commits to Being a Changemaker for One Water

Embracing a One Water approach to help shape a more resilient water future

ETH Zurich Campus Höngerberg – Home of the Master of Advanced Studies in Sustainable Water Resources Programs

Making Connections with the Next Generation of Water Managers

Connecting with graduate students regarding Holistic Management and One Water principles and practices is helping to advance needed changes in global and domestic water management

Locally-produced food, regenerative agriculture, green infrastructure, and reused wastewater and stormwater all provide

Are We Going in the Right Direction: How Can You Tell?

Using holistic management with a One Water approach provides a simple means for moving toward community goals

Single purpose, once-through water supply and wastewater treatment systems have characterized most municipal systems for

Expanding the Vision for Funding Water Projects

Refining the national approach to funding water infrastructure projects

Raleigh Museum of Art campus connects to a Parks and Recreation area to combine aesthetics, open space, ecological servi

Why Can’t We Get Greener When We Want To?

Examining barriers to green building and infrastructure in local ordinances, policies, and operations

Trevor Clements at Tetra Tech’s Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, office discusses how we need to motivate people

Valuing Water: The Secret Rests with Our Smart Phones

Reengaging people by linking water management to what they value most and incentivizing needed decisions, behaviors, and management practices