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August 2013
While utilities have been implementing automatic meter reading (AMR) systems to streamline the meter reading process for years, advances in technology are making these systems even more attractive and valuable to utilities. Besides providing efficiency...
In the early fall of 2012, a small municipal wastewater treatment plant in Texas experienced motor failure on one of its four floating aerators. When asked, the local motor repair company advised against the replacement of the motor. Instead, it...
More utilities are choosing to implement advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) networks due to the ever-growing need to increase efficiency. WWD Managing Editor Elisabeth Lisican recently spoke with Joe Camp, service director for the city of Maumee,...

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