Latest Insights on Drinking Water Measurement

  1. Technological Breakthroughs Driving Growth Of Water Quality Monitoring
    2/12/2015

    Advances in technology, including miniature sensors and robotic fish, are leading a rapid advance in online smart monitoring of the quality of water in both municipal and industrial systems across the world.

  2. New Challenge: Put Technology To Work To Protect Drinking Water
    12/18/2014

    You likely remember when, this past summer, half a million people who live in the Toledo, Ohio, area were told not to drink the water coming out of their taps for several days. A state of emergency was declared because of a harmful algal bloom, which released toxins into the water that could have made many people ill.

  3. Drinking Water Protection — Are We Doing It Right?
    12/17/2014

    “We have analytical instruments that can see things in astronomically small numbers, but are we looking for the right things?”

  4. Top 7 Factors To Consider When Choosing A Water Level Meter
    10/30/2014

    Choosing a good water level meter can be tricky, especially if you are doing it for the first time.

  5. Do-It-Yourself Cryptosporidium Detection
    10/6/2014

    Learn how to construct a simple and inexpensive tool for detecting Cryptosporidium in your watershed — and why it’s important.

  6. What’s So “Smart” About Potable Smart Water Networks?
    9/15/2014

    Smart Networks— no matter if they are on the potable side of the industry or the wastewater side— seem to be one of the next battlegrounds for efficiency.

  7. How To Deliver Better Water And Increase Consumer Confidence Simultaneously
    8/29/2014

    Created in 1995 to help prevent another Cryptosporidium or similar outbreak, the Partnership For Safe Water offers self-assessment and optimization programs for drinking water utilities

  8. 8 Questions For Every Water Utility After The UCLA Water Main Break
    8/18/2014

    The water and mud from the big water main break that flooded the UCLA campus in Los Angeles in late July left behind several questions that could be asked of every water supplier in the country.  Find out for yourself how vulnerable your home town’s water supply is to leaks and breaks with these eight questions. By Ed Osann, NRDC senior water policy analyst

  9. Understanding The Value of Instrumentation In The Water Industry
    5/12/2014

    As long as instrumentation is selected, installed, commissioned, and maintained properly the data that it can give is invaluable to the water industry. 

  10. The Benefits Of Cone-Type Flow Meters
    5/6/2014

    Selecting the proper flow meter will take an operator through a fairly typical vetting process, including consideration of capital expenditure (CAPEX), O&M requirements, effectiveness, and durability. Manufacturers of all meter types (e.g., Venturi meters, magnetic flow meters (magmeters), cone meters, etc.) will surely claim to excel in these categories, but can they back up the claim?