From the Editor

  1. Is Your Utility Taking Advantage Of Data Analytics?
    10/21/2014

    Utilities worldwide are addressing limited resources and operational challenges by deploying and connecting smart technologies through a single communication network.

  2. UN To Investigate Water Shutoffs
    10/21/2014

    After suggesting that Detroit's frenzy of water shutoffs constitute a human rights violation, United Nations advisers are increasing their involvement in this issue by planning a visit to the Motor City. 

  3. Is The Water Industry Afraid Of Innovation?
    10/21/2014

    Is the water sector where start-ups go to die?

  4. Ebola Virus Not Killed By Water, Despite Governor’s Claim
    10/21/2014

    As Ebola fear spreads across the country, does the water industry hold the solution for this virus? 

  5. Beer Brewers Targeted In EPA Clean Water Act Fight
    10/21/2014

     Beer brewers are being lobbied by an environmental group to support the EPA's controversial clean water proposal.  

  6. Fracking May Be Dangerous To Nearby Residents
    10/21/2014

    "Those who live in close proximity to fracking sites exhibited a greater likelihood to suffer [health] problems than those who lived farther away from natural gas wells, according to a new study of Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale region," RT reported.

  7. Automation 101: The Dangers Of Hand/Off/Auto
    10/20/2014

    When we automate we invariably offer our clients and their operations staff the benefit of Hand/Off/Auto functionality for all the components on our systems. To those new to automation it allows an operator or maintenance worker to remove a piece of equipment, like a pump or blower for example, from the oversight and control automated controller (MCC, PLC, etc.) and operate it manually while it is still installed.

  8. Benefits Of Clean Power Plan Are Measureable – Drop For Drop
    10/17/2014

    Since EPA released its proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP) in June of this year, the plan has been a hot topic in every state.

  9. Water Supply Dwindles In Utah
    10/17/2014

    Utah officials are sounding the alarm bell: The state's water supply is growing ill.

  10. Investments By 30 Utilities To Support 289,000 Jobs
    10/17/2014

    As water infrastructure wears thin and municipal funding is strained by budget difficulties, a large set of utilities is planning to shell out cash for repairs.

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