Article | June 29, 2022

21st Century Challenges Need 21st Century Solutions


In the coming years, climate change will present the water sector with significant challenges: extreme weather events, increasing water scarcity, and unpredictable water availability are placing unprecedented demand on the reliability of water supply systems. It will be important for water utilities to have access to products and solutions that limit water loss, extend the life of equipment, and detect leaks sooner. Because of this, many companies are accelerating their investments in smart water technologies.

The water sector’s transition to digital tools and smart technologies can play a very meaningful part in shaping a career in the water industry as a more appealing option among the younger demographic of professionals entering the workforce. Because many aging professionals are set to retire in the next five to 10 years, water utilities need to find new ways to recruit an entirely new generation of workers in order to stay competitive.


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