The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the need for communities to have reliable, timely methods of environmental monitoring for communicable disease.
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How ESG Goals Can Help Drive Resilient Water Asset Management
Did you know that WATER ranks as one of North America’s top three ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) concerns, according to the 2019 RBC Global Asset Management Responsible Investment Survey? This is not surprising, but it is very significant because it underlines how water assets today are at risk and that current management practices today simply are not sustainable. The existing infrastructure that is supposed to keep water available, safe and drinkable is quietly, sometimes loudly, crumbling in cities and communities around the globe. It is imperative that we start reassessing the way we think about resilience in water management and change our ways. With the pandemic and the rise of ESG as part of decision-making, now is the time to capitalize on innovation, to maximize the return on infrastructure renewal programs and at the same time accelerate our economic recovery.
How Artificial Intelligence Is Solving The World Water Crisis
The population on Earth is rapidly growing and the demand for clean water grows with it. According to a U.N. report, global water demand is expected to grow by 50 percent by 2030. This puts pressure on both nature and on the water industry to quickly adapt. The importance of advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources is more important than ever.
What Innovyze Means to Me
Uber. Airbnb. Pinterest. Snapchat. Slack. Square. Stripe… it feels like we’re bombarded by news of a newly minted ‘unicorn’ almost every single day.
And it's frustrating as hell.
Background And Summary Of Tests For The 2000PV Restraint
The 2000PV is a restraint for PVC pipe and the standardized mechanical joint. This product is the result of years of testing and evaluation and its performance has been proven by thousands of hours of proof tests, as well as third-party evaluations. This report describes the 2000PV through the 12" size.
Mega-Stop Bell Protection System Aids In Pipe Joint Assembly
Water and wastewater piping come in a variety of materials, joints, and diameters. They can meet a multitude of demands and needs for the country's infrastructure. Each of these piping choices offer an array of benefits, but none are perfect for every application. In the US, PVC as a piping material has seen significant growth in use in the last 35 years -- accounting for two-thirds by weight of plastic pipe, and almost half of all installed pipe lengths in 2004.
What Are You Doing To My Pipe: Can PVC Pipe Be Loaded?
When the subject of using the 2000PV series to restrain PVC pipe is broached with some people, the conditioned response is “I can’t use that; it point loads the pipe.” This has been used as a sales tactic by our competition for many years. The argument has been used that PVC pipe is delicate and can’t be subjected to any kind of loading. In our years of testing we have found that is not the case at all. PVC can take an extreme amount of strain.
EBAA Iron utilizes individually actuated gripping wedges to assure even and uniform holding of the PVC pipe. Before we introduced the wedge action PVC restraint, conventional thought was that full circumference grip was the only way to hold PVC. Until we learned differently, we thought that, too.
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While the U.S. water industry is investing billions of dollars in advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), some utility executives still have lots of questions. Is it worth the investment? Where will the ROI come from? How can I minimize the risks? Is my organization ready to make this transition? This free e-book provides a deeper look into key pieces of the evaluation process, including the underlying communication technology as well as critical steps and lessons learned from successful deployments.More Content Collections
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UV Disinfection for Small Wastewater Treatment Plants
The TrojanUV3000®PTP (Packaged Treatment Plant) is ideally suited to treat flows up to 3 MGD (473 m3/hr). It is pre-engineered for quick, economical installation and is designed with proven components to provide a dependable UV solution for small wastewater treatment applications. Learn more.
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