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Water and Wastes Digest Archive

August 2012
The water meter industry has manual read meters, drive-by or walk-by read meters and remote read meters. Some meters are one-way communicators and others are two-way communicators, such as automatic meter reading (AMR), advanced metering infrastructure (...
Today, an increasing number of water utilities are moving toward advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems to help manage the growing challenges of supply and demand. These systems ensure reliable and safe delivery of clean water while leveraging...
City officials in Sullivan, Mo., were notably proud in 1988 when their new aerated wastewater treatment lagoon entered operation. The three-cell lagoon replaced a smaller facility at a different site and represented a significant utility investment for...
Thousands of water quality professionals will convene at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center Sept. 29 to Oct. 3, 2012, for the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC). The show offers attendees the chance...
As automatic meter reading becomes commonplace, utilities are able to operate more effectively and provide better customer service. WWD Assistant Editor Nicole Bowling recently spoke with Rob Bissey, president of Eastern Meter Management Assn., about...

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