Regulation Updates For Utility Management

  1. Life-Cycle Cost Analysis: How To Do It Right

    As a professional engineer, you are charged with protecting the public interest. You are obligated to use your training and experience to technically evaluate various project alternatives, analyze financial implications and make expert recommendations as a result.

  2. Technology Helps To Inspire Community-WWTP Relationships

    The relationship between the wastewater treatment plant and the community it serves is a delicate one. Unfortunately, politics gets involved because many plant improvements are purchased with municipal bonds.

  3. People Leverage Technology To Transform Plant Processes

    Regardless of how the many wastewater treatment plants across North America and the world are configured, their missions are the same. At the core of their operations, these facilities are charged with maximizing the efficiency of managing their wastewater and water resources.

  4. 7 Things To Consider Before A Smart Meter Rollout

    More than 45% of installed water meters in North America are equipped with automated meter reading technology, according to a recent IHS Technology 2014 report  (“Water Meters Report – 2014”).

  5. Sensor Maintenance Made Easy With Predictive Diagnosis

    As winter sets in across the country, those trips outside to take a reading or conduct scheduled maintenance on your water quality instruments aren’t quite so invit­ing. But what if your instruments could save you the trip? Predictive diagnosis is set to become the operator’s new best friend.

  6. 4 Signs You Are Ready To Upgrade Your Wastewater Treatment Plant

    There are a whole variety of reasons why operators and managers come to the decision that its time to upgrade their wastewater treatment plants.

  7. Water Treatment for Industrial Reuse

    By making hypochlorite solution only as needed, the compact Constant Chlor unit brings efficiency, consistency to water reuse system.

  8. A New York Integrator Compares Hosted And Traditional SCADA

    The typical SCADA system is a diverse collection of hardware and software spread over a large geographical area.

  9. Water Management And Sustainability In Canadian Cities

    With climate change already showing adverse effects on our local resources, people, landscapes and infrastructure, what does this mean for the future of sustainable Canadian cities?

  10. A Beginner’s Guide To On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation

    Why buy, transport, and store chlorine when you can make your own? Here are nine questions to consider before adopting the practice.