Drinking Water Distribution News

  1. Global Water Technology Company Xylem Opens New Facility In Warsaw As Part Of Ongoing Investment In Poland
    3/22/2018

    Xylem Inc. a global water technology company, has opened a new 1,100 square meters commercial facility in Warsaw as part of ongoing investment in Poland.

  2. Record Revenue And Profit For Kamstrup In A Year Of Growth And International Expansion
    3/20/2018

    Kamstrup, a world leading provider of intelligent metering solutions for energy and water, posts record-breaking revenue for the 8th consecutive year, reaching a total of DKK 2.1 billion ($320M USD) for 2017. The pre-tax profit reached DKK 311 million ($47M USD).

  3. Hunter Water To Pilot TaKaDu As Part Of Its Drive Towards Total Efficiency
    3/19/2018

    The second largest water utility in New South Wales, Australia, Hunter Water Corporation, has selected TaKaDu’s Integrated Event Management solution as part of its concerted efforts to achieve total water efficiency.

  4. Low-Tech, Affordable Solutions To Improve Water Quality
    3/16/2018

    Clever, fundamental engineering could go a long way toward preventing waterborne illness and exposure to carcinogenic substances in water.

  5. Echologics And Bell Deliver IoT Smart City Solution For Water Network Leak Detection In The City Of Medicine Hat
    3/15/2018

    Echologics, an industry leader in permanent leak detection technology, today announced it will deliver an Internet of Things (IoT) Smart City solution over Bell’s broadband wireless network for the City of Medicine Hat, Alberta.

  6. City Of Azusa Looks To The Future With Selection Of Sensus AMI Solution
    3/13/2018

    Though situated along the historic Route 66, the City of Azusa, California, views its utility services with an eye toward the future. That’s why the City’s utility, Azusa Light & Water (ALW), is upgrading its infrastructure with the latest smart metering technology.

  7. Massive Water Main Break Strikes Atlanta
    3/13/2018

    A massive main break crippled water delivery in Atlanta last week, leaving many residents without water and thrusting more than 700,000 people under a boil-water advisory.

  8. AI Technology Controls Pressure And Reduces Loss By Leakage In Water Networks
    3/12/2018

    Software already used by Coca-Cola Femsa to reduce liquid waste from the soft drink bottling process has cut water waste due to leakage by 2%, equivalent to 2.5 million cubic meters per year, in distribution to a region comprising seven municipalities in Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil, whose sanitation services are provided by private concessionaire Prolagos.

  9. AWWA: Revised Lead And Copper Rule Should Advance Removal Of Lead Pipes, Corrosion Control, Transparency
    3/8/2018

    The American Water Works Association recently urged the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to revise its regulation on lead in water to advance the removal of lead service lines while assuring that water systems adjust water chemistry to control corrosion and inform customers about lead risks.

  10. Michigan Crafting Nation’s Toughest Lead Rule
    3/7/2018

    Michigan is moving to create the toughest rule in the country for lead in drinking water.