Current Issue

  1. The True Meaning Of 'Value Of Water' Awareness
    9/4/2018

    Observations from a conversation with Water Environment Federation (WEF) President Jenny Hartfelder

  2. Smart Utility: Building A Foundation for Artificial Intelligence
    9/4/2018

    With data comes decision-making power, but how each utility wields that power will be different. The Smart Utility approach tailors digital capabilities to arrive at specific and optimal outcomes.

  3. Securing The World’s Water, Food, And Energy Supply By 2050: Wastewater Treatment Is Central To The Solution
    9/4/2018

    As wastewater treatment plants evolve into resource recovery facilities, the thermal hydrolysis process (THP) is destined to play a starring role, with some major THP projects having already set the stage.

  4. How Big Is Big Data Among Water Utilities?
    9/4/2018

    A survey of water utilities conducted by Black & Veatch reveals to what degree and how rapidly (or not) data analytics are being implemented in the real world.

  5. Saving Infrastructure With Sensors In The Sewer
    9/4/2018

    With a little help from AI (artificial intelligence) and IoT (the Internet of Things), Kansas City gives a lesson on UEA-MEP — utilizing existing assets to the maximum extent possible.

  6. Best Technology Available For Reliable Design Of Water Treatment Plant Hydraulics
    9/4/2018

    Treatment plant design comes in many shapes and sizes — and even dimensions. Determining the best option comes from understanding, and perhaps combining, the available options.

  7. Harnessing Available Resources For Utility Energy Independence
    9/4/2018

    Water utilities in search of energy- and cost-saving opportunities can look to the sky — or to Sayreville, NJ — for inspiration.

  8. Water 4.0 And The Wastewater Cycle
    9/4/2018

    While it may be premature to claim wastewater management’s arrival in the digital age, we can herald the eventuality, chart the progress, and examine potential implications.