Latest Insights on Wastewater Management

  1. Legal Issues In Big Data: 2017
    6/29/2017

    Big Data is often characterized by the large volume of data, the wide variety of data types and the velocity at which the data must be processed. Data can come from many different sources, such as social media use, online purchases, licensed twitter data streams or sensors used in the Internet of Things (IoT).

  2. Mapping Innovative Financing For Utility Projects
    6/29/2017

    A new interactive map from Stanford University presents a national picture of successful drinking water and wastewater projects achieved through pioneering funding models.

  3. 10 Knockout Technologies From ACE17
    6/29/2017

    AWWA's Annual Conference & Exposition (ACE) hits The City of Brotherly Love with a flurry of new technologies.

  4. Sharing 3 Innovative Water Quality Resilience Practices
    6/5/2017

    A recent webinar from the U.S. EPA presented samples from the agency’s database on innovative state water agency practices that can help improve quality resilience in the face of climate change.

  5. How A 'Smart' City Improves Life For Residents, Visitors, And Business
    6/1/2017

    Cities that champion infrastructure improvements and embrace connectivity are well on their way to attracting today’s citizens and encouraging growth. Here’s a look at the benefits a smart city provides for its residents, workforce, and visitors.

  6. Virtual Reference Technology Saves Costs And Simplifies Flow Meter Installation At Desalination Plants
    5/30/2017

    As fresh water supplies dwindle, whether due to drought, contamination, or overuse, desalination becomes more attractive. Desalination plants must ensure proper flow measurement to monitor the resource — so proper installation and operation of these meters is extremely important.

  7. 10 Reasons Why Baltimore Is A Great Water City
    5/23/2017

    Rudolph S. Chow, director of the City of Baltimore's Department of Public Works, shares three decades of insight in the course of 10 questions and answers.

  8. When Improving America’s Infrastructure, Don’t Forget Forests
    5/19/2017

    America’s water infrastructure is in a state of disrepair, as evidenced by disasters such as the public health crisis in Flint, Michigan and dangerous flooding at the Oroville Dam.

  9. Lessons On Rightsizing Water And Sewer Infrastructure Projects
    5/3/2017

    Two case studies prove that the key to cost-effective condition assessment is choosing the right approach for your system.

  10. Identifying Risks For Sewer Conveyance Asset Management
    5/3/2017

    If risk analysis isn’t in the pipeline, your asset management plan needs updating. Arcadis shares best practices to launch or update your program.