Asset Management Solutions & Insights for Utility Managers

  1. Emergency Chlorine Scrubber Restoration Saves County Of Maui Over $100,000
    11/18/2016

    Read the full case study to learn how the County of Maui Department of Water and IMS determined that spent caustic used at the local wastewater treatment plant and the acid wash solution generated during the cleaning process could be neutralized on-site and disposed through the local wastewater treatment system.

  2. Emergency Chlorine Scrubber Refurbished After Inspection Reveals Serious Problems
    11/18/2016

    In December 2006, Integrity Municipal Services (IMS) was contacted by the City of California City Plant Manager Greg Fielding to perform an inspection of their RJ-2000® emergency chlorine vapor scrubber system.

  3. Removing 12” Of Caustic Build-up Returns Chlorine Scrubber To Optimal Performance for Oglala Sioux Rural Water
    11/18/2016

    The MNI Wiconi Water Treatment Plant in Ft. Pierre, SD was built for the Oglala Sioux Rural Water Supply System between 1997 and 2002 with a grant provided by the U.S. Department of Interior.

  4. Quick And Effective Refurbishment Of Chlorine Scrubber Saves Over $100,000 Of Budgeted Funds
    11/18/2016

    The Integrity Municipal Services (IMS) team successfully cleaned and reconditioned an emergency chlorine vapor scrubber in Cheyenne, WY and did so while providing substantial savings to the City of Cheyenne, Board of Public Utilities (BOPU).

  5. Tips For Improved Dewatering
    11/9/2016

    An industry expert shares three universal keys to drier cake solids concentration, as well as a comparison of dewatering technologies.

  6. Aqua+ Increases Plant Control System Design Speed By 50 Percent With Promis.e
    11/1/2016

    Khabarovsk Municipal Unitary Enterprise “Vodocanal” (Khabarovsk Vodocanal) provides water supply and sewerage facilities for the city of Khabarovsk in Russia’s Far East Federal District. As part of a program to shift from surface to underground water sources, Khabarovsk Vodocanal constructed the RUB 10 billion Tunguska Groundwater Intake Facilities to deliver 106,000 cubic meters per day (m3/d) of water to the city of Khabarovsk.

  7. Prolagos Designs Water Distribution System Delivering Energy Savings And Revenue Gains
    11/1/2016

    Prolagos, a subsidiary of Aegea Group, is responsible for providing water and sewerage services to five municipalities in Região dos Lagos, Rio de Janeiro. Prolagos manages a total water network encompassing 2,000 kilometers of distribution pipelines and accommodates for variable seasonal fluctuations ranging from 400,000 to almost 2 million inhabitants at the peak of the tourist season.

  8. Shanghai Investigation Sets BIM Standard On Ningbo Yongxin’s Urban Flood Control Project
    11/1/2016

    In response to the devastation from a 2013 typhoon that caused the Yongxin and Yongjiang rivers in Ningbo, China to overflow, Ningbo Raw Water Group Ltd. commissioned the detailed design and construction of a CNY 178 million emergency sluice pump. The pump would provide flood control measures and mitigate future flood losses to improve urban infrastructure services within the Zhejiang province. To avoid the risk of additional flooding from another typhoon, the Raw Water Group required the urban flood control project to be delivered in a demanding eight-month schedule—a process that would ordinarily take 24 months to complete.

  9. Top 10 Technologies From WEFTEC 2016
    10/25/2016

    300,000 square feet. That was the size of the tradeshow floor at WEFTEC, the world's largest annual water quality exhibition. I didn't see every technology showcased last month in New Orleans (over a thousand exhibitors were on hand), but here’s a “best of” list from the many that I came across — a snapshot of various technologies that stood out from the masses, exceptional for their level of innovation and potential for industry impact.

  10. How Wisconsin Will Get The Lead Out
    10/24/2016

    A funding program from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will provide $14.5 million to replace lead service lines in the communities that need it most.