Water and wastewater utilities that were already financially strapped before the pandemic have seen a decrease in revenue because of it. How can these utilities adapt and survive, or even thrive, in the shadow of COVID-19?
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Delivering Intelligent Connectivity To Prepare For The Next Decade
From aging infrastructure and coping with natural disasters, to an increased desire to incorporate renewables and optimize the network, utilities and communities continue to adapt to the macro effects in play today. Now more than ever, we have a collective opportunity to find new ways to innovate and demonstrate resiliency through technology.
Real-Time Water Quality Data For Industrial Operations
We arm plant operators with actionable data necessary to make informed decisions about water management in industrial facilities.
Municipal Real-Time Water Quality Monitoring
We arm municipalities with actionable data necessary to make informed decisions about water quality in their communities
Real-Time Water Quality Data For Agriculture
We arm farmers with mission-critical water data to help enhance crop yield and taste. KETOS delivers valuable insights for fluctuations in deficiency and toxicity.
Addition Of inDENSE & AvN At Water Reclamation Facility Results In Drastic Changes In Plant Performance And Operations
In the interest of utilizing their existing infrastructure, the City of Pueblo, CO, evaluated technologies that would help intensify their existing process. WWW worked with their consulting engineer and identified two biological process modifications. Selective wasting through gravimetric selection using the inDENSE™ technology and advanced aeration control using AvN™.
Anammox Sidestream Deammonification Process Allows Plant To Reduce Capital And Infrastructure Costs
Pierce County’s main goal was to reduce the discharge of nitrogen to Puget Sound while also reducing plant operating costs while in nitrogen removal mode. After upgrading, the new system continues to remove greater than 80 percent of ammonia and 75 percent of total inorganic nitrogen, equating to a reduction of over 400 tons per year of nitrogen loading to Puget Sound.
WATER ONLINE CONTENT COLLECTIONS
With states and the federal government edging closer toward PFAS regulations, it’s only a matter of time before municipalities will be required to address the contaminant. This free ebook provides insight on the scope of the problem and the potential methods for its removal.More Content Collections
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WRT offers the simplest, safest, most cost effective and environmentally sound processes available for removing radium, uranium and other contaminants from water. With over 175 full scale systems currently in operation, WRT has the experience, resources and capabilities to address your radioactive contaminant issue. WRT's total solutions represent the most efficient and environmentally progressive services in the industry for meeting regulatory compliance standards. Learn more.
UV For Small Wastewater Treatment Applications
The TrojanUV3000™PTP (Packaged Treatment Plant), is ideally suited to treat flows up to 2.8 MGD. The system can be equipped with prefabricated stainless-steel channels and transition boxes for in-line integration with existing flanged piping — thus minimizing engineering and installation costs. Learn more.
Digital Transformation Is Within Reach
Get access to industry insights and strategies to digitally transform your utility with the Smart Water Report.
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