Wachs Water Services Launches New Water Asset Management Website

June 10, 2011
Company showcases new pipeline inspection technologies at ACE11

Wachs Water Services has recently launched a new website for utilities, municipalities and pipeline operators to help meet the growing challenge of managing and renewing aging water infrastructure. The website features improved functionality and a wealth of content, including case studies, articles and technical specifications that relate to the management of water network assets, including valves, hydrants and water mains.

“We invested in this new website because we saw an opportunity to further educate utilities about practical, results-driven water asset management strategies,” said Mike Stadnyckyj, director of strategic marketing, Wachs Water Services. “The website, www.wachsws.com, offers a variety of tools that demonstrate how utilities can quickly revitalize aging water infrastructure and ensure every investment dollar is applied to the right asset, at the right place, and at the right time.”

The improved features of the website include the use of multimedia to describe concepts and strategies, an expanded resources section which includes an “Ask the Expert” section, water asset sustainability blog and water system operator certification questions. Once registered, customers can quickly access and view accurate and up-to-date information about the operability, location and condition of critical water assets that have been inspected by Wachs Water Services to help increase utility efficiency and emergency preparedness.

Source: Wachs Water Services

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