Mueller and Ferguson Waterworks today announced the successful deployment of the industry’s first LoRaWAN® Class B endpoints. The Town of Florence located in Central Pinal County, Arizona, is the first water utility to benefit from this technology advancement. LoRaWAN Class B endpoints provide flexibility to scale network coverage and integrate into remote disconnect meters (RDM), leak detection and pressure monitoring systems – unlocking greater network efficiency and improving data granularity.
Annapolis, MD – Chesapeake Conservancy President and CEO Joel Dunn issued this statement in response to a call by the Chesapeake Executive Council for Congress to invest $1B dollars in Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts as a part of national economic stimulus and infrastructure spending.
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced over $17 million in grant funding to help provide training and technical assistance to small drinking water and wastewater systems that often serve small communities and rural America.
To build community and grow connections, communication is key. That’s why Engelhard Elementary School in Louisville, Kentucky, realized it needed a curbside electronic sign but also required help to make that sign a reality.
INGU, an innovator in inline inspection solutions for the global oil, gas and water industries, has reached an expanded distribution agreement with PICA, a North American leader in pipeline inspection and condition analysis services.
The Hydraulic Institute is pleased to announce a partnership with the Turbomachinery Laboratory at Texas A&M that will facilitate cooperative efforts in promoting professional workforce development and research activities on a global level.
British water engineering company, Biwater, has refined its treatment plant and product range to offer its clients an array of scalable modular treatment plants to provide water, wastewater and membrane treatment solutions for rural and urban populations centres.