Latest Insights on Drinking Water Measurement

  1. Redefining 'Reliable Connections' For Water Distribution
    4/21/2017

    Sometimes the relationship with a manufacturer begins and ends when a product is purchased. Regrettably, this can often leave customers high and dry when it comes to installation, operation, or troubleshooting.

  2. Established Routine: How To Sample For Unknown Contaminants
    4/10/2017

    The U.S. EPA has updated its sampling guidance for determining and fighting against unknown contaminants in drinking water. Here’s why routine preparation can be a utility’s best friend in case of emergency.

  3. Understanding Big Data In The Water Industry
    3/20/2017

    If you feel like you have too much data but not enough understandable or usable information, fine-tuning data collection and funneling it into an integrated data management system may be the way to become more proactive and make better decisions.

  4. Generating Great Chemistry Between Operators And Chlorine Dioxide
    3/13/2017

    The use of chemicals has long been a crucial aspect of the water treatment process, dating all the way back to the ancient Egyptians. We’ve come a long way since, with chemical feed systems and generators representing the latest step in our progress. And even these are getting more precise and easier to use all the time.

  5. Get Fast, Accurate, Field-Based Test Results For Real-Time Process Optimization
    3/6/2017

    Many industries use laboratory analyses to help with process control and regulatory compliance. However, process operators often need real-time results to make adjustments. Mobile testing methods are critical for troubleshooting problems and optimizing performance.

  6. 'Far Out' Technology Simplifies Pipeline Leak Detection
    1/25/2017

    Satellites provide the latest, perhaps most efficient, method for spotting underground leaks, ushering in a new era of non-revenue water management.

  7. Selecting A Flow Measurement Technology
    1/25/2017

    What’s the right flow measurement method for your operation? A leading independent lab breaks down the options and considerations.

  8. Redefining The Water Utility Business Model: Is It A Pipe Dream?
    12/15/2016

    Last week, a two-inch thick, ductile iron section of a water main broke and flooded a densely populated part of downtown Boston — sparking manhole fires, deluging businesses, and snarling traffic while utility crews rushed to repair the ruptured main.

  9. The Water Council Wants To Find Your Next Great Technology
    12/1/2016

    A new initiative will test the theory that some of the next great water technologies are right under our noses, without us even realizing it.

  10. DNA Sequencing: The Future Of Water And Wastewater Analysis?
    11/16/2016

    DNA sequencing can provide more information on water and wastewater than traditional methods. Is it time for treatment operations to adopt the method?