Drinking Water Case Studies and White Papers
Why Free Chlorine Levels Matter, And The Simple Way To Accurately Measure
Learn how to ensure your water distribution system has enough free chlorine to battle dangerous pathogens, but not so much that it negatively impacts the taste and smell.
Liquid Oxygen Supply For Ozone Generation
Learn about a project to procure and fabricate large bore piping to reduce field installation.
High-Frequency Water Quality Monitoring To Ensure Compliance
A leading American supplier of carbon and alloy steel bar, rod, and wire faced a number of issues including effluent discharge containing heavy metals. They had a need for frequent testing to ensure compliance. Sampling and testing was time consuming, expensive, and very labor intensive.
Ozone Gas Flow Monitoring For Water Treatment Systems
Many municipal water treatment plants utilize Ozone Treatment Systems to produce clean water for residential and industrial users. While all the various types of water treatment systems have their advantages and disadvantages, Ozone (O3) systems provide excellent disinfection and avoid some of the chemical byproduct problems experienced with the use of chlorination.
Sensus Technology Helps California Utility Improve Efficiency Through The Pandemic And Beyond
The Eastern Municipal Water District used a smart utility network from Sensus to advance service and sustainability.
Desalination In The Caribbean
More than 7,000 islands of the Caribbean Archipelago are scattered over a million-square-mile area between North and South America. Some smaller islands are naturally dry, but some volcanic islands — like Grenada and St. Lucia — are well forested and provide significant water catchment to support spring water and surface water. But, as populations, agriculture, and industry grow, desalination is becoming more attractive as a water source throughout the entire region.
Take Charge Of Your Facility’s Water Usage…
Water is a precious resource! Now, more than ever, businesses and facilities must take charge of their water usage to help with water conservation and lower water bills.
6 Objections To AMI – And Why They Are No Longer Valid
This article presents common misconceptions about advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) among water utilities, and why modern AMI technology, in particular NaaS, overcomes them.
Non-Revenue Water: Stop It Now, Or Pay For It Later
The patterns associated with non-revenue water (NRW) losses in drinking water systems prove the old adage of ‘pay me now, or pay me later.’ Breaking the cycle of wasting labor and treatment chemicals on the 10, 20, or 30 percent of water that escapes and turning it into one of investing in systems to identify NRW losses can cost less in the long run, leaving more to spend on upgrading aging distribution infrastructure. Here’s how.
Vessel Design Impacts Efficiency In PFAS Treatment
Learn how configurable standardized design provides efficient solution for contaminant removal.