Drinking Water Distribution News

  1. With 'Jaw-Dropping' Lead Levels, Newark Mayor Appeals To Trump For Help

    In a sign of just how problematic aging water infrastructure still is for major cities around the country, a National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) spokesperson described lead levels in Newark’s drinking water as “jaw-dropping” and “knock-your-socks-off high.”

  2. Cedar Park Streamlines Customer Communication Through Sensus Solutions

    The City of Cedar Park, located near Austin, Texas, is changing the way it communicates with its water customers.

  3. Garcia Promoted To VP Of Engineering

    HOBAS PIPE USA, a leading manufacturer of centrifugally cast fiberglass reinforced polymer mortar (CCFRPM) pipe, is pleased to announce the promotion of Rene R. Garcia, P.E. to Vice President of Engineering in their Houston, TX headquarters.

  4. North System Renewal Project Economic Study Reveals Significant Benefits For JeffCo And Metro Denver

    Jefferson County is expected to yield nearly $67M in economic benefit from nearly $208M in construction and spending activities related to the North System Renewal Project — a water infrastructure project that will modernize Denver Water’s north system, according to an economic impact study released recently.

  5. Labour Of Love Now Battling Bursts

    Innovative new technology which can detect where and when water bursts are likely to happen saved Scottish Water £2M in 2018 — and prevented more than 2,000 bursts across the country.

  6. Senet To Attend DistribuTECH; Senior Members Available To Discuss IoT Connectivity Benefits For Energy And Utility Markets

    Senet, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based software and services platforms to enable global connectivity and network build-out for the Internet of Things (IoT), recently announced that it is attending the DistribuTECH Conference and Exhibition, held on February 5-7, 2019 in New Orleans, LA.

  7. Robots To Fix Underground Pipes And Help Cut Roadworks

    New micro robots will be built to repair the UK’s huge underground pipe network, significantly cutting the disruption caused by the 1.5 million road excavations that take place every year.

  8. New Report Identifies Corrosion As Major Threat To Public Health

    NACE International, the nonprofit association and leading resource for corrosion expertise and education, recently released its Spotlight on Corrosion Report: The Critical Need for Corrosion Management in the Water Treatment Sector.

  9. New District Lead Service Line Replacement Program Offers Historic Opportunity To Replace Old Plumbing

    DC Water today announced plans to work closely with the District government to implement a new lead service replacement program that offers free and discounted replacements of lead water service pipes on private property for thousands of homes across the city.

  10. Aquam Makes Senior Appointments To Industrial Team

    Global pipeline infrastructure company Aquam Technologies has strengthened its UK team for industrial and commercial markets with three senior appointments this year.