Utility Management Solutions
Your Path To Smart Water Just Got Simpler
At the AWWA ACE with 11 presentations and 2 in-booth presentations, the Xylem Subject Matter Experts will help the utility operators and managers understand a simpler way for smart water.
EPA Researchers Partner With The Minnesota Department of Health To Screen For Chemicals Of Health Concern In Water
There are many different chemicals that are released into our environment, and the ability to characterize human exposure and risk of every one of those chemicals is limited. Because information about these chemicals and their sources is limited, it’s difficult to know which chemicals are of highest concern, and regulatory agencies struggle to determine where they should focus efforts.
Preserving An Iconic Beach For Future Generations
When Rifat Salim came to the United States from Pakistan as a young girl with her mother and siblings to reunite with her father after years of being a part, one of the first places he suggested they visit is Coney Island, a famous beach and amusement park destination in Brooklyn, New York City that’s visited by more than 5 million people annually.
2023 Hurricane Forecast: Get Ready For A Busy Pacific Storm Season, Quieter Atlantic Than Recent Years Thanks To El Niño
The official 2023 hurricane season forecasts were just released, and while the Atlantic may see an average storm season this year, a busier-than-normal season is forecast in the eastern Pacific, meaning heightened risks for Mexico and Hawaii.
Managing Industrial Wastewater With The Help Of CMMS
Industrial wastewater management plays a vital role in the smooth functioning of industrial and commercial processes. It's crucial to treat wastewater properly before releasing it into the environment. Dealing with wastewater operations and maintenance is no easy task as it involves adhering to multiple federal, state, and local regulations.
Colorado River States Bought Time With A 3-Year Water Conservation Deal — Now They Need To Think Bigger
Arizona, California, and Nevada have narrowly averted a regional water crisis by agreeing to reduce their use of Colorado River water over the next three years. This deal represents a temporary solution to a long-term crisis. Nonetheless, as a close observer of western water policy, I see it as an important win for the region.
WWEMA Window: Update On Build America, Buy America Requirements For Manufactured Products
Ever since the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) was signed on November 15, 2021, the question of implementation of the Build America, Buy America (BABA) requirement has lingered for manufactured products. There is still no definitive guidance from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) or the U.S. EPA as of this writing.
Water Sustainability: Encouraging And Enabling Change With Measurement
Learn how the water industry can encourage sustainable use of this precious resource.
Are Biden's COP27 Goals Enough To Curb The Water-Food-Energy Nexus?
At the 27th UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) in November 2022, world leaders gathered in Egypt to announce climate action initiatives and the steps each one planned to take to reduce the impacts of climate change in their respective countries. Among the leaders in attendance was U.S. President Biden, who outlined his goals and desires to double down on climate commitments relating to the water, food, energy nexus.
Xylem Factory Recycles 100% Of Its Process Water
By leveraging natural surroundings, Xylem’s manufacturing facility in Emmaboda, Sweden, can recycle 100% of the plant’s process wastewater with its new water treatment. The plant helps ensure a continuous supply of safe water, even in times of water scarcity, using Xylem’s water reuse technologies.