The U.S. EPA and multiple water groups recently gathered during Water Week 2016 in Washington, D.C. to announce updates to an essential guide for effective utility management (EUM). If utilities aren't already familiar with this document, they need to be.
With increasing and urbanizing population, extreme weather events happening with greater frequency, aging infrastructure and work forces, more demanding customers, and significant revenue constraints, it is becoming increasingly difficult for water utilities to ensure that supply consistently meets demand.
The U.S. EPA’s WaterCARE program is providing 10 communities around the country with money and technical assistance to revamp their drinking and wastewater infrastructures.
A leading research organization investigates wet weather strategies to help municipalities make informed decisions about stormwater management.
Martin A. Kropelnicki, whose presidency begins in October, talks lessons from Silicon Valley, the state of infrastructure, and the impacts of a changing environment.
Those in the water industry know water is essential for life and brings economic value, but the economic role of water is often not as well understood by the general public. This paper reviews the history and development of our transportation, electrical, and energy infrastructure and then presents a plan for our nation’s water to be augmented from where we have it abundantly to where we badly need it.
Nobody wants to think about the worst case scenario but if you’re responsible for water treatment at an industrial plant, you can’t avoid it. There are any number of things that can force a plant to go offline and it’s imperative that a contingency plan is in place for such an event. Luckily, there are mobile equipment suppliers that can keep things running during an outage, planned or otherwise. Water Online spoke with one provider of such a service, Evoqua Water Technologies, about how it keeps plants running no matter what.
Choosing the company that will fill your water service needs is like making any other long-term commitment. It’s important to do your homework, identify the areas that are most important, and take the time necessary to find a good match.
A Telemetry Expert Describes How and Why Temporary Mobile I/O Will Transform Remote Asset Management
Looking back on 2015, severe droughts, flat budgets, and insights on decreased reading system life have affected the way utility managers make decisions about water metering systems. As utilities plan for 2016, managers should consider four key water metering technology trends predicted to help utilities meet their water management initiatives in 2016 and beyond
Hydromax USA recently announced their partnership with Utilis LTD to exclusively provide water utilities and municipalities across the Central and Eastern United States the ability to analyze satellite imagery to detect water leaks within their network infrastructure without the time and manpower of field-based acoustic surveys.
Woolpert has been awarded a sewer and stormwater assessment project by the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners for the Department of Water Resources.
Some of the latest technology available in the battle against leakage was on display at an Innovation Day held at the UK headquarters of Aquam.
In Kansas City, MO, the oldest sewer dates back to the Civil War.
Water infrastructure has never been the sexiest political issue.
Syrinix, a leading provider of intelligent pipeline monitoring solutions, is excited to announce its entry into the state of Nevada, USA.
Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced that the Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) has chosen industry-leading InfoMaster software to help plan and manage its water distribution improvement program.
Mr. Larry Novachis, Chief Executive Officer at FilterBoxx Water & Environmental Corp. (“FilterBoxx” or “the Corporation”) hereby announcesthat FilterBoxx Energy Services Inc., has been awarded a three year operations and maintenance contract for a significant oil and gas producer at their SAGD site in Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced that the City of Aiken, South Carolina, has chosen industry-leading InfoMaster Suite software to help plan and manage its infrastructure assets.
Is Texas failing to protect the human rights in its “colonias,” where poor residents live without running water?