Latest Insights on Drinking Water Measurement

  1. Is Water 4.0 The Future?
    4/21/2016

    Water 4.0 is a concept that has recently been raised as the “future” of the water industry …possibly. Apart from being a paraphrase of Industry 4.0, the questions have to be asked: What is it, and what does it have to do with the way the water industry operates in its current state?

  2. Best Practices For Flow Meter Calibration
    4/18/2016

    Get to know the basics, best practices, and importance of flow meter calibration from an industry expert.

  3. Flow Monitoring, Pressure Management, And Healthy Water Systems
    4/11/2016

    There are two practices that can help water utilities identify broken segments of their systems and reduce the nonrevenue water that results. Amidst the nation’s current infrastructure crisis, they are exercises worth considering.

  4. A Sense Of What’s Next: Digital, Integrated pH Measurement
    4/7/2016

    Taking pH measurements may be the most common water quality testing performed around the world. From backyard pools to treatment plants serving millions, it has long been a reliable method of detecting red flags in water quality. But with rapid developments in sensor technology, is there room to innovate on such a routine practice? Water Online spoke with Thomas Roemer, the business development manager for KROHNE about the company’s efforts to do just that.

  5. What Went Wrong In Flint?
    3/16/2016

    While it took a series of egregious bungles on several different levels to plunge Flint into the crisis, perhaps the most unforgivable lapse has been government officials’ negligent water testing.

  6. Samplers Are Getting Smarter And So Can You
    3/4/2016

    For over 40 years, the Clean Water Act (CWA) has been a primary force protecting our waters and dictating the work of treat­ment professionals. And, for just as long, samplers have been the tools that allow this work to be carried out. Many plants, however, have yet to embrace the advances in technology that are transforming one of their most funda­mental tools. To help usher those plants into the modern age, Water Online spoke with Endress+Hauser about how samplers have evolved to meet changing needs,

  7. Smart Networks Are The Answer. What’s The Question?
    2/23/2016

    Water utilities around the globe face the same challenges: increasing population, urbanization, and more frequent extreme weather events. New supply to meet increasing demand is very expensive. Changing customer behavior to reduce demand is very difficult. The question is how to get more from existing infrastructure.

  8. Water Data Smackdown: Meet The Top 10 Innovators
    1/15/2016

    Imagine H2O recently announced the 10 finalists from more than 90 worldwide entrants to its Water Data Challenge. Here’s a brief overview of each company and what they offer.

  9. The Instrumentation Life-Cycle And Instrumentation Systems Within The UK Water Industry: From Concept To Replacement
    1/12/2016

    The water industry in the UK faces a turning point in the use of instrumentation with the advent of TOTEX (capital expenditures [CAPEX] + operating expenditures [OPEX]) within the current Asset Management Period, the sixth since it privatized in 1989.

  10. Source Water Protection: There’s An App For That
    12/21/2015

    In Oregon, a mobile toolkit helps promote healthy ecosystems and protect community drinking water.