Let’s walk through how engineering firms and asset owners are using BIM in real life to improve their business position – using an imaginary interview of a forward-thinking Civil Engineer at a design expo:
The City of Fort Wayne turns to Xylem Revenue Locator by evaluating the effectiveness of their existing meter replacement program to more accurately identify underperforming meters, reduce water loss, and identify recoverable revenue.
Through the Water Independence Now program, WRD aims to provide 4 million residents in the Los Angeles region with an entirely local sustainable groundwater supply, eliminating its dependence on 25,000 AFY of imported water from the Colorado River and Northern California.
Due to population growth in recent years, Sanessol, the concessionaire responsible for the water supply and sewage treatment of Mirassol and part of Igua Saneamento Group, decided to use a state of the art technology for their new WWTP, Fartura.
The Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) in Vancouver Island, Canada teamed with Toray to successfully install several membrane bio-reactor (MBR) systems updated with new technology to expand capacity.
Having worked in partnership with municipalities and water utilities for 40 years, Ovarro understands the pressures to cut leakage has never been greater. Ovarro’s associate product line manager for leakage, Chris Moore, shares insights into how to become smarter in the detection of leaks
Why should you consider sequence batch reactors for your next wastewater treatment project? Improvements in equipment and technology, especially in aeration devices and computer control systems, have made SBRs a viable choice again.
Throughout my experience, I’ve tried countless ways to ensure my drinking water was of high quality. By far, the best, most efficient, and effective way I’ve found is by using an active water storage tank mixer.