Water Online Radio

  1. Automation — The Future Of The Industry?
    10/30/2014

    Some of the biggest challenges that municipalities are facing are an aging infrastructure and an aging workforce. Tom Schaefer, Industry Manager, and Christa Bankay, Global Marketing Lead, at Rockwell Automation, joined Water Online Radio for an interview to share some of their companies’ solutions.

  2. The Right Technology To Fit Your Needs
    10/29/2014

    Aerzen supplies blowers for industrial and for wastewater treatment. Tom McCurdy, Regional Sales Manager at Aerzen, told Water Online radio in an interview that his company is unique in that they have the ability to help customers pick the right technology for the application without bias because they have multiple technologies available. They will work with the customer within what they need in terms of maximum and minimum flows, pressure swings, on-off cycles, etc., and will help guide a customer towards the right technology.

  3. What Has Your SCADA System Done For You Lately?
    10/29/2014

    Back in the early 1990s, SCADA systems could log data every couple of minutes or so. Today, hundreds of thousands of records are being created every minute.

  4. Introducing The O-Factor In Aeration
    10/29/2014

    There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to aerating wastewater lagoons. As Randy Chann, President and CEO of Environmental Dynamics International (EDI) explains in this Water Online Radio interview, each lagoon environment needs to be configured to meet both financial and regulatory outcomes.

  5. Chlorine Residual Levels Trigger Automated Line Flushings
    10/29/2014

    Water distribution line flushing prevents water stagnating in the line, creating biofilm and having contaminants build up inside your distribution network. Traditionally utilities have flushed their distribution lines from a fire hydrant. In this Water Online Radio interview, Harold Mosley, a product manager for Mueller Company, explains what to consider when setting your flushing protocols.

  6. What Is Closed Circuit Desalination?
    10/28/2014

    Closed circuit desalination (CCD) is the trade name for a new change in the reverse osmosis (RO) process, explains Rick Stover, Executive Vice President of Desalitech, in an interview with Water Online Radio.

  7. 3 Keys To Solving The World’s Water Issues, Found In Milwaukee
    10/27/2014

    Milwaukee used to be touted as the “beer capital of the world,” but now the city is spreading its influence in a more noble way — as a world-leading hub of water technology.

  8. The End Of The Flow Meter?
    10/23/2014

    A system of sensors, flow meters, and telemetry has been the typical setup for many wastewater treatment plants. Kraig Moodie, president of FloWav, and Kelly Abercrombie, Director of Sales and Marketing, FloWav, tell us in an interview with Water Online radio, that they take out the flow meter out of the equation and capitalize on Smart Sensor technology.

  9. Anaerobic Digestion—Taking It To The Next Level
    10/22/2014

    It is no longer unusual for a wastewater treatment plant—or resource recovery facility as many are now called—to produce its own energy.

  10. An Alternative To Design-Build?
    10/22/2014

    San Francisco has embarked upon a $6.9-billion, 20-year initiative to completely renovate the sewer system. That includes the pipelines, the pump stations, and the treatment plants of the system.

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