Pipe replacements conducted with asset information management system
Speaking before an audience at the National Assn. of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) Winter Committee meeting in Washington, D.C., Aqua Pennsylvania Inc.'s Senior Project Engineer Frank Grablutz said the company is conducting pipe replacements by using a new asset information management system (AIMS) coupled with a strategic and practical approach to the real-world activities that sometimes interfere with the best made plans.
While vacationing in Mexico last month, I met a friendly Canadian from Calgary who—among general conversations about the sunny weather and great food—happened to mention that there are a number of areas in Alberta where there is no water metering in place and rates are based on an average annual consumption.
New data collection software allows equipment inventory to be completed in half the time with fewer people
Addressing Your Meter Needs
Welcome to our second annual Meter Source supplement. As I told those of you who were expecting the Meter Source earlier this year, WWD decided to move the Meter Source from our February issue to the August issue in order to benefit the editorial program we feature during this time of year.
Flowmeters help Allen County, Ohio, solve I&I problem
A long-range inflow and infiltration (I&I) plan is currently underway in Allen County, Ohio. The Wastewater Treatment Division operates three major treatment plants located in Bath, Shawnee and American Townships and three smaller package treatment plants located in Bath and Richland Townships. The Wastewater Collection Maintenance Division is responsible for the maintenance and operation of approximately 170 miles of sewer lines and 46 sewage lift stations located within American, Bath and Shawnee Townships.
Las Vegas Valley Water District addresses growing population with key technologies
Water utilities uncover a variety of RF signal strength solutions