Going with the Flow

In an effort to identify cases of unbilled, underbilled or unaccounted-for water and sewer processing fees, the City of Gulfport, Miss. contracted the Water Company of America to act as its agent. For over 23 years, the Water Company of America has been in the business of helping municipalities recover lost revenue. Steve Hooper, of the Water Company of America, said, “One of the things that we have long identified as an opportunity is the business of sewer flow to the wastewater treatment plant that for whatever combination of circumstances and reasons goes unmeasured.”

Flow Monitoring Through the Years With Burgess and Niple

For more than two decades, Burgess and Niple have utilized Marsh-McBirney and Sigma flowmeters for their open channel monitoring projects. Today, the tradition continues.

City of Loma Linda Trades Up to DDS for Sewer Billing Application

When the city of Loma Linda, Calif., was looking for an alternative to traditional flow monitoring they traded up to Hach's Data Delivery Services (DDS) for their wastewater billing application.

Ultrasonic Flowmeter Delivers

When the Templeton Community Service District, located in Templeton, Calif., needed to replace an existing wastewater flowmeter, they turned to their local Hach Flow Meter sales representative, Eric Keith with Ponton Industries. The District was already familiar with Hach lab products that were currently operating in their metering station.

Short-Term DDS, Long-Term Solutions

When flowmeters were needed for a short-term flow monitoring project in Cibolo Creek, Texas, HMT Engineering & Surveying selected Hach's Data Delivery Services (DDS).

HMT Engineering & Surveying
A short-term lift station study requiring open channel flow monitoring is currently underway at the Cibolo Creek Municipal Authority (CCMA) located in Schertz, Texas. The study is being done by HMT Engineering & Surveying in New Braunfels, Texas. The firm provides civil engineering and surveying services for clients in the private and public sectors.

It's A One Man Show

New flowmeters provide savings for their entire flow monitoring program

Better Flow Monitoring

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