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  1. I-BOx® 6000 Biological Odor Control SystemRemoves Odors From Laguna SOCWA Lift Station
    10/20/2017

    After decades in service, the wet well at the Laguna Southwest Orange County Wastewater Authority (SOCWA) lift station became dilapidated. The project included a hybrid manhole/junction structure that would also serve as the bypass wet well during the rehabilitation work. Upon completion of the wet well rehabilitation, the temporary sewage bypass pumping system was removed and normal lift station operation was restored.

  2. Latest Trends And Developments In The Global Water Treatment Equipment Market
    10/18/2017

    Even though 70 percent of our planet is made up of water bodies, yet the world is facing a dire scarcity of water, a basic necessity of life. More than 97 percent of the water resources available are in the form of saline water in the seas and oceans. Water is always at a high risk of getting contaminated/polluted. With rapid urbanization and demographic growth across the globe, the world has seen a staggering rise in the number of industries.

  3. MEMBRAY® NHP-Series MBR Datasheet
    10/17/2017

    As part of Toray’s MEMBRAY MBR series, the NHP (New High Performance) module features thin membrane flat sheets that are densely packed into easily interchangeable cassettes. These cassettes allow for a higher packing density than what was originally thought possible with flat plate designs. The thin membranes are also highly flexible and allow for more movement, resulting in increased vibrations during aeration. This helps dislodge sludge and improve cleaning efficiency, all with less energy use. 

  4. Seaports? Who Would Have Predicted There Could Be This Many Large Port Projects?
    10/16/2017

    Very large contracting opportunities are being announced weekly in regions with U.S. seaports.  Literally billions of dollars will be spent in the near future on all types of public projects related to ports. The American Association of Port Authorities estimates ports and private-sector partners will spend $154.8 billion over the next five years on seaport infrastructure repair, expansion, and upgrades.

  5. Minimize Risk from Extreme Flooding Events
    10/16/2017

    Recent extreme events brought by Hurricane Harvey and Irma have pushed local infrastructure beyond design limits. Local officials and emergency personnel prepared for, executed and responded admirably throughout their ordeals. This educational webinar looks at the technology available today where models can help plan for the next extreme event or assist with real-time scenario forecasting during the event.

  6. XPVIEWER Encryptor Module
    10/16/2017

    With XPVIEWER Reader, your clients and other stakeholders associated with your project will have the ability to view and interrogate an encrypted version of your XPSTORM models. The XPVIEWER program allows all software functions except the ability to change, export and solve the model. Therefore your stakeholders can view model animations, query and print the model results and participate in the model development and approval process without being required to purchase a license from Innovyze.

  7. Using UVC LEDs To Develop Cost-Effective, Measurement-Specific Water Quality Sensors
    10/13/2017

    Rapid industrialization and tightened water quality standards are leading to an increase in global spending on water quality monitoring instrumentation. Spending in this area is projected to grow from $2.5 billion in 2014 to $3.6 billion by 2020, with some 25 percent spent on new, less expensive water quality monitoring sensors that deliver on-the-spot measurements.

  8. InfoMaster: Advanced ArcGIS-Integrated Risk-Based Analytical Asset Management And Capital Planning Software
    10/13/2017

    NASSCO PACP, MACP and LACP certified, InfoMaster is a complete ArcGIS-based asset integrity management and capital planning software for water and wastewater networks. It leverages existing GIS and IT investments with advanced modeling and sophisticated predictive analytics to give utilities a cost effective business intelligence and data collection platform for more informed, action-oriented decision making. With versions designed for the desktop, Web, and iOS mobile devices, InfoMaster enables day-to-day operational management and long-term network planning for users throughout the organization.

  9. SCADAWatch: Real-Time Business Intelligence And Performance Monitoring Provides Knowledge For Proactive Decision Making
    10/13/2017

    A real-time operational performance monitoring and reporting dashboard, SCADAWatch brings business intelligence into interaction processes in the control room. It enables water utilities to conduct zonal mass balance and water audits to determine non-revenue water and monitor everything from uptime to analytics, access timely information to make better decisions, react faster to important events and identify opportunities to drive operational efficiencies as they happen. It positions operators as a major force for system improvement, regulatory compliance, and financial planning.

  10. InfoWater: Comprehensive ArcGIS-Integrated Water Distribution Modeling And Management Solution
    10/13/2017

    InfoWater seamlessly integrates advanced water network modeling and optimization functionality with the latest generation of ArcGIS. InfoWater capitalizes on the intelligence and versatility of the geodatabase architecture to deliver unparalleled levels of geospatial analysis, infrastructure management and business planning. Its unique interoperable geospatial framework enables world-record performance, scalability, reliability, functionality and flexibility - all within the powerful ArcGIS environment.