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  1. The Growing Relationship Between Mining And The Water Sector
    7/23/2014

    Global mining is emerging as a key sales channel for water players. Bluefield Research is forecasting the global mining sector’s capital investment in water solutions to grow to $17 billion in 2019. 

  2. Why Engineers Can’t Solve The Water Shortage With Supply-Side Solutions
    7/23/2014

    We are at the point where there is precious little left to dig or dam or drain or pump, and we are going to have a problem explaining that us engineers don’t have all the answers. 

  3. WWEMA Window: The Necessity of Association
    7/21/2014

    Keeping up with the changing needs, regulations, and nuances of the water and wastewater markets is too much to ask of any one individual or company.  That is even more true when you add in the complexities of an aging infrastructure, a growing population, and increasing industrial and agricultural needs that continue to provide new opportunities for the thousands of companies in our industry.  Most manufacturers recognize this overwhelming challenge and have come to depend on external nonprofit organizations and the role they play in the continued success and growth of our industries. By John Collins, JCM Industries

  4. Is It Time For An Intelligent Wastewater Network?
    7/18/2014

    Mainland Europe has had intelligence in some of its wastewater networks for over ten years now, and some of the oldest real-time control systems in the U.S. date back to the 1980’s. So why has intelligence in the wastewater network not been more abundant?

  5. Pipeline Management: Old Isn’t Always Bad
    7/17/2014

    Bury and forget—that’s how water pipelines are often approached.

  6. Don’t Wait: Detect Leaks In Real Time
    7/17/2014

    We are a society with little patience. We want what we want when we want it, and not a moment later. That same mentality should be applied to water distribution networks, believes Matt Thomas, vice president of business development with Mueller Systems.

  7. Energy-Saving Desalination Technology
    7/16/2014

    As water resources dwindle, more and more focus turns to desalination technologies. In this interview with Water Online Radio, Harland Pond and Thomas Morrison of Grundfos talk about the company’s commitment to innovation and their quest to solve the world’s water problems.

  8. Meter Reading With 5-Minute Interval, Fraction-Of-A-Gallon Resolution Data Logging
    7/16/2014

    What if your water meters contained a cellphone modem instead of an RF chip? And what if Verizon Wireless provided the wireless infrastructure for your meter reading operation? These are some of the questions Transparent Technologies Inc. (T2) grappled with in the early days of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) development.

  9. Meter Reading Gets Future Proofed
    7/15/2014

    As John Fillinger, Director of Utility Marketing for Badger Meter explains in this Water Online Radio interview, utilities no longer need to shoulder the burden of keeping up with technological advances in IT infrastructure on their own.

  10. AMI, Analytics, And The Smart City Evolution
    7/15/2014

    The global utility industry is at a technology tipping point, says Joe Ball, the director of product marketing for Water North America for Itron. In his interview with Water Online Radio, Ball talks innovation and how to provide ratepayers with the technology they want.

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