Case Study

Optimizing Automation And Controls Improves Operations And Minimizes Maintenance

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The Suffolk County Department of Public Works in Long Island, New York, boasts 26 sewage treatment plants and sewer districts, over 80 pumping stations, and more than 1,250 miles of sewers. The plants range in size from 35,00 gallons per day up to 30.5 million gallons per day. Suffolk County sought to upgrade its SCADA system in an effort to leverage smart technology and data analytics to optimize processes and lower operating costs.

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