As the world shifts its attention toward Japan, site of the upcoming Olympic Games, the host city is grappling with an ongoing source-water issue that could impact athletes expected to participate in an event set for Tokyo Bay.
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10 Ways To Achieve Success With Hydraulic Modeling
We have all been dealing with some of the same issues when it comes to hydraulic modeling: information silos, poor investment planning, inaccurate modeling simulations or infrequent calibrations and verifications.
Long Term Simulation Scenarios, Compelling Visual Results, Accurate Flow Assessments
Two wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) needed hydraulic model assessments, and plant managers needed to ensure their facilities could maintain water flows running at their current capacity and determine whether or not improvements were required.
Winery Receives Green Certification With TITAN MBR™
This prominent Napa Count vineyard and winery received a prestigious green certification after committing itself to sustainable and environmentally-friendly technologies and practices, including the installation of a dynamic MBR wastewater treatment system.
Bristol Water Keeps Drinking Water Safe With InfoWorks WS Pro
Bristol Water has provided clean, fresh drinking water to its customers since 1846. For almost 200 years, the health and environment of their communities has remained at the forefront of their values. Today, Bristol Water supplies over 1 million people within Bristol, England, across an area of almost 2,400 square kilometers. Bristol Water’s operations include the abstraction, storage, treatment, and distribution of water to homes, businesses, and other premises. They focus exclusively on water, not wastewater.
Hydraulic Modelling Provides Long-Term Simulation Scenarios, Compelling Visual Results And Accurate Flow Assessments
Two wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) in Texas needed to ensure their facilities could maintain water flows running at their current capacity and determine whether or not improvements were required. In order to do this the plant managers needed to find a solution that would provide accurate and informative results, hydraulic modelling assessments.
Ask The Experts | Bridging The Gap To Digital Transformation
Recently, Innovyze held a virtual event with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to discuss the barriers faced by water utilities in achieving digital transformation. The event also featured the launch of Info360, the latest Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform that supports real-world lifecycle management using the power of the cloud. As Water Online noted, this was one of the largest attended webinars they had seen in years.
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Wastewater treatment facilities often encounter a significant opportunity to demonstrate environmental responsibility while cutting costs and/or generating income by converting waste to energy. However, there is often a barrier that hampers the needed efficiency to make it feasible. This free e-book explores optimization nuances for a variety of conversions available to treatment plant operators.More Content Collections
SUPPLIER OF THE MONTH
GE Digital is transforming how the water industry solves its toughest challenges. Our mission is to bring simplicity, speed and scale to Water and Wastewater, with software that helps them to better operate, analyze and optimize their processes. GE Digital’s product portfolio includes industry leading HMI/SCADA, industrial data management, analytics and mobility solutions to help water utilities put their industrial data to work. Learn more.
Mueller Water Products has a long history of trust and leadership in the American flow control industry spanning more than a Century. Today, more than 150 years after its founding, it remains the only full-line supplier of flow control products used in distribution systems for municipal potable water and natural gas. Learn more.
WEFTEC 2021 | McCormick Place, Chicago| October 16-20
Water professionals keep going, learning, and doing what’s necessary to provide safe, clean water, no matter the obstacles, changes, or challenges. That’s the strength of our community, and it’s time to come together again at WEFTEC 2021 to celebrate what makes our sector great.
WATER ONLINE DIGITAL MAGAZINES
Providing expert insight into the most important topics in the water and wastewater industry.
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Decentralized Wastewater Treatment
Lead and Copper Rule
Acoustic Leak Detection
Digital Asset Management
Water Reuse Trends