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Jan 6 2022
Leveraging the Low Power, Wide Area Network, the Mi.Net LoRaWAN (LW) node is the only solution in the water metering industry that delivers the…
Dec 3 2021
Hubgrade captures water quality and flow data and utilizes it in real time to make adjustments in treatment conditions. As a result, operational…
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Nov 23 2021
Veolia Water Technologies is a global provider of water and wastewater services and solutions for both the public and private sectors. They were…
Sep 22 2021
Recent extreme weather events have brought renewed focus to the scale of our global water challenges. In February, millions of homeowners across…
Aug 19 2021
The Great Lakes Water Authority needs little introduction for industry professionals. It services 40% of Michigan’s drinking water, which can be…
System analytics show operators the critical information they need.
System analytics show operators the critical information they need.
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Jun 2 2021
Collecting and moving wastewater at sea level, surrounded by protected aquatic ecosystems, leaves little room for error. In Southern California, a…
May 13 2021
Water is one of the most essential requirements for human health, environmental sustainability, and economic development. We cannot live without it,…
Nov 11 2020
Management teams at water and waste utilities are finding that a reliance on processes driven by paper forms, spreadsheets, and legacy systems is…
Oct 30 2020
Quincy, Washington plans to launch a wastewater treatment plant for data centers next summer and this will be funded by Microsoft. Microsoft will be…
Users are undertaking a digital transformation journey to make water systems smarter, and therefore more efficient, by applying new hardware, software, and networking technologies.
Users are undertaking a digital transformation journey to make water systems smarter, and therefore more efficient, by applying new hardware, software, and networking technologies. (Image courtesy of Emerson)
Oct 6 2020
Water treatment and distribution system operators worldwide are facing significant challenges, not only in countries with developing economies, but…
Figure 1: Aeration basins at a water treatment plant remove compounds harmful to humans and the environment.
Figure 1: Aeration basins at a water treatment plant remove compounds harmful to humans and the environment.
Aug 27 2020
Across industries, engineering decisions are too often made based on subjective judgements. Considering how inexpensive and easy modern automation…
Aug 20 2020
The city of Redlands, California, is a city at the base of the San Bernardino mountains in Southern California. It is located 60 miles north east of…
Aug 20 2020
As AMI Technology has matured and more meter manufacturing options hit the market, utilities are shifting focus from advanced metering infrastructure…
Aug 20 2020
How do you secure sustainable and increased access to water and sanitation in the face of stressed water resources? If you had to choose between…
The control room at Central Arkansas Water provides plenty of data for operators.
The control room at Central Arkansas Water provides plenty of data for operators.
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Jun 15 2020
Central Arkansas Water (CAW) is a metropolitan water system serving 400,000 people in Little Rock, North Little Rock, and surrounding communities.…
Jun 9 2020
The purpose of a water distribution network is to supply the users with water demanded and to supply this water with adequate pressure under various…
Sep 24 2019
Is your water facility looking to improve reliability and reduce operating costs? Cloud-hosted software systems can analyze downtime, predict…
Sep 9 2019
Sentryx obtains data from any access point along the pipe, including sensors, meters and valves, to display important information about pressure,…
Figure 1: The six goals of the one water approach. Stakeholders—whether public or private—must keep these six goals in mind when addressing issues of water that affect them and the communities in which they are located.
Figure 1: The six goals of the one water approach. Stakeholders—whether public or private—must keep these six goals in mind when addressing issues of water that affect them and the communities in which they are located.
Aug 5 2019
Engineers and operators know all too well that water is the defining issue of our time. The 21st century is unfolding an unparalleled, complex set of…
Aug 5 2019
Aging infrastructure is not only a problem with roads and bridges; it also affects water and wastewater treatment plants. Many of these plants are at…
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