LATEST INSIGHTS ON DRINKING WATER DISTRIBUTION

  1. Making Sense Of The Chemical Feed Frenzy
    11/1/2016

    The use of chemicals to treat water supplies can be traced back to the 19th century when English physician John Snow chlorinated a British water supply to stop the spread of cholera.

  2. Examining Options To Reduce Lead In Drinking Water
    10/26/2016

    National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week marks a time when EPA and our federal partners promote education and awareness activities that focus on lead and how to prevent its negative health effects. This year, we focus on the theme, “Lead-Free Kids for a Healthy Future.” It’s through our joint efforts that we have been able to make significant strides in reducing exposure to lead over the past several decades.

  3. Top 10 Technologies From WEFTEC 2016
    10/25/2016

    300,000 square feet. That was the size of the tradeshow floor at WEFTEC, the world's largest annual water quality exhibition. I didn't see every technology showcased last month in New Orleans (over a thousand exhibitors were on hand), but here’s a “best of” list from the many that I came across — a snapshot of various technologies that stood out from the masses, exceptional for their level of innovation and potential for industry impact.

  4. How Wisconsin Will Get The Lead Out
    10/24/2016

    A funding program from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will provide $14.5 million to replace lead service lines in the communities that need it most.

  5. Building The Business Case For The Smart Grid For Water
    10/17/2016

    In our last article we introduced the strategic and direct financial benefits associated with the Smart Grid for Water. In this edition, we begin the process of developing the business case for a Smart Grid for Water installation and how to make it compelling.

  6. Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Brings More Reliable Water Operations Clearly Into Focus
    9/26/2016

    Learn about the advantages and implementation of AMI from experts who are making “smarter water” a reality.

  7. The Free Pathway To The Smart Grid For Water
    9/20/2016

    The water sector is undergoing structural shifts that will demand changes to the way in which we operate if we are to meet our water challenges in the future.  Water volatility is increasing. 

  8. U.S. vs. The World In Water Sustainability
    9/16/2016

    Yes, America cleaned up at the Olympics this summer, but how does the U.S. fare on the world stage when it comes to water resiliency, efficiency, and quality?

  9. Xylem Thinks Expansion In $1.7B Sensus Acquisition
    9/14/2016

    Customers in the water industry are constantly looking for ways to overcome a range of established and emerging challenges, which include, for example, water stress, decreased budgets, and aging infrastructure.

  10. Kansas City’s Billion-Dollar Smart Infrastructure Challenge
    9/2/2016

    Missouri’s largest city is betting that the next generation of water distribution pipelines — smarter, stronger, and highly sustainable — is well worth the investment.