OpWorks is a customizable, web-based solution for facility operators, superintendents, and managers. OpWorks lets you create a single user interface for data entry and reporting, integrate SCADA and/or GIS data as well as provide preventative maintenance and work order generation.
OpWorks is especially useful for small to medium utilities, communities, or industries when a cost-effective asset management type of system is needed.
OpWorks was created in collaboration with operators, superintendents, and automation experts, so the set up is easy and the functionality is intuitive and flexible. To learn more, go to www.OpWorks.us.
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Q&A With Opworks™ User And Developers
When federal and state environmental agency mandates required the City of Havre, Montana to upgrade its wastewater treatment facility, utility leaders decided to implement a more efficient record keeping process at the same time. Havre is located in the north central portion of the state and is home to about 10,000 residents. The newly upgraded wastewater treatment facility officially started up in September 2016 with the capacity to treat 1.8 million gallons of sewage per day. Since the upgrade, the facility is now able to address ammonia reduction and comply with total nitrogen/phosphorus limits. Since day one, all of the Havre Wastewater Treatment Facility’s operational data has been tracked in OpWorks, a web-based application.
Making sure your data is safe and secure is very important. See how OpWorks can help make that happen.
The newest OpWorks feature allows you to pull up equipment information instantly. Using QR codes is easy and fast.
Operator turnover and retirements can be difficult for facilities. See how OpWorks makes the transfer of information easier.
Budgeting with OpWorks is as simple as 1, 2, 3. Visit the OpWorks website, set your parameters and you have a quote immediately.
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The environmental and financial impacts of a saltwater spill can be significant. Unfortunately, the Bakken region of western North Dakota and eastern Montana has seen its share of spills. One particular produced water gathering system is leading the way with advanced technology that focuses on leak prevention and detection, as well as streamlining operation costs and efficiencies.
Every day you hear things like “push your data into the cloud” or the newest functions of “cloud computing”. But what does this all mean? And what does it mean for utilities and facilities? Well, if you’re looking into Cloud SCADA, it can mean then difference between having to purchase and maintain software and hardware versus utilizing the internet and cloud computing platforms to serve as the framework for your SCADA system. That translates into time and money saved in the long run.
The City of Eden Prairie, Minnesota recently updated its data management processes at the water treatment plant, with a goal of increased efficiency for everyone from operators to management. The Eden Prairie Water Treatment Plant draws from a groundwater supply to serve a population of 63,000 people, with a total of 18,000 water user connections. The plant primarily uses lime softening for treatment.
Let us take you on a guided tour through the many features of OpWorks. Follow along step-by-step as our own Darin Selvig and Jason Sanden show you how OpWorks can streamline your facility using the simple web interface.
Operators are an instrumental facet of how water and wastewater utilities function. An operator’s duties may involve everything from maintaining process and other equipment, to sampling and testing, to reporting state and federal regulatory requirements. Many operators stay with the same utility or facility for decades, resulting in them having a unique and deep understanding of the intricacies of their facility. While these employees can provide invaluable information to their facility, when they leave or retire, it can cause a critical gap in knowledge for remaining staff.