Latest Insights on Wastewater Measurement

  1. Smart Networks Smoothing Supply Of Water

    With increasing and urbanizing population, extreme weather events happening with greater frequency, aging infrastructure and work forces, more demanding customers, and significant revenue constraints, it is becoming increasingly difficult for water utilities to ensure that supply consistently meets demand.

  2. Best Practices For Flow Meter Calibration

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

  3. Can The Internet Of Things Lower AMI Solution Cost?

    Low-power wide-area networks are critical to the Internet of Things but may also work to bring advanced metering infrastructure to the masses.

  4. The Internet Of Things Is Driving Smart Agriculture

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is enabling data-driven smart agriculture. The IoT is a network of technologies which can monitor the status of physical and other objects, capture meaningful data, and communicate that data over a wireless network to a computer in the cloud for software to analyze and help determine action steps.

  5. A Sense Of What’s Next: Digital, Integrated pH Measurement

    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.

  6. Odor Patrol: Study Identifies Odor Culprits At San Fran Wastewater Facility
    The Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant (SEP) is San Francisco’s largest and oldest wastewater facility. The plant is located in the midst of a mixed industrial, commercial, and residential area, with many of the plant neighbors directly across the street from the plant fence line. Odor emissions have historically been an issue.
  7. Samplers Are Getting Smarter And So Can You

    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,

  8. Addressing Environmental Regulations With UVC LEDs

    Global environmental concerns over water and air pollution are leading to new regulations that require real-time monitoring.

  9. Energy Management Takes Some Heat

    Energy efficiency is more crucial to the water industry than ever before. With ever-increasing costs and regulatory pressure, plant operators are constantly looking for ways to strategically manage energy use. Tom Kemme, the global product manager at Magnetrol, took the time to walk Water Online through the critical areas of energy use at a treatment plant, the advantages of measuring heat transfer over pressure drop, and how proper management can impact a plant’s bottom line.

  10. Smart Networks Are The Answer. What’s The Question?

    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.