Asset Management News

  1. California Drinking Water Endangered By Aging Levees

    Levees are the weak link in California’s safe drinking water systems.

  2. In Baltimore, Questions About How Fed Can Save Infrastructure

    Can the federal government fix the nation’s crumbling water infrastructure?

  3. Valve From 1888 Finally Exits Colorado System

    Shining a spotlight on the age of the nation’s water infrastructure, Colorado Springs Utilities removed the second-oldest valve in its system this month. It was 129 years old, installed in 1888.

  4. Accredited Calm Network Operators Passes 6,000 Mark

    An online training initiative designed to reduce human error in the way hydrants, valves and pumps are operated has certified over 6,000 water network operators. Aquam’s Calm Network Training is accredited by the Institute of Water and ensures that candidates achieve an understanding of the causes of transient surge in the water network.

  5. Grundfos Partners With TaKaDu

    A partnership between Grundfos and TaKaDu is set to ramp up the companies’ capabilities within digital water management systems.

  6. Pittsburgh Lead Crisis Sparks Filter Distribution

    Fear over lead contamination of tap water in Pittsburgh is compelling the city utility to distribute thousands of filtered water pitchers to customers around the city.

  7. San Jose Water Company Selects Echologics For Continuous Leak Detection

    San Jose Water Company (SJWC) has selected Echologics’ leak detection technology to continuously monitor its pipeline network to help the utility measure and reduce water loss.

  8. Innovyze Introduces InfoMaster WMS: Comprehensive Work Order And Inspection Management Software To Help Water/Wastewater Utilities Optimize Field Service And Repair Operation

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced the release of InfoMaster WMS(Work Management System) for managing the entire lifecycle of work orders and inspections.

  9. Pure Technologies And Xylem Announce Commercial Collaboration In Select Emerging Markets

    Pure Technologies Ltd. and Xylem announced recently that they have entered into a commercial collaboration whereby Xylem will represent Pure’s products and services to the water sector in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries (UAE, KSA, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman), and in India, Singapore and Malaysia.

  10. Water Industry BIM Initiative Shortlisted For Award

    A whole-sector initiative to clarify the meaning of BIM in the water industry has been shortlisted for a Utility Week Star Award for collaboration. Every water and sewerage company (WaSC) in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland joined trade association British Water and BIM4Water, a specialist volunteer group, to set a water industry framework for building information modelling (BIM).