Wastewater Measurement News

  1. Max-IR Labs Awarded $225K Phase I NSF STTR Grant For Real-Time Continuous Water Quality Monitoring Sensor Development
    5/17/2018

    Max-IR Labs, an optical sensor development company based in Dallas, Texas, recently announced it has been awarded a Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant of $225,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to continue its development of a novel real-time optical sensor for nitrate detection in water and soil.

  2. LACROIX Sofrel Launches A New Range Of IoT Data Loggers
    5/14/2018

    LACROIX Sofrel, a company with over 40 years' of expertise in the remote management of water and energy networks, is launching its new range of data loggers: SOFREL LX

  3. Bureau Of Reclamation Launches Prize Competition Seeking Improved Methods For Monitoring Pathogens To Facilitate Water Reuse
    5/10/2018

    The Bureau of Reclamation is launching a new prize competition that is seeking improved methods to sample and monitor for pathogens, specifically viruses, in order to help with indirect and direct reuse of wastewater.

  4. Launch Of SWAN Asia-Pacific Alliance To Accelerate Smart Water And Wastewater Growth In The Region
    5/8/2018

    In a first of its kind, the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) has launched the SWAN Asia-Pacific Alliance, which will be free to join in its first year. The APAC Alliance, which includes progressive utilities and leading solution providers, seeks to advance the use of “smart”, data-driven water and wastewater solutions across the fast-growing region.

  5. New Report: Companies Reap Significant Benefits Using Building Information Modeling For Water And Wastewater Projects
    5/2/2018

    Better design solutions, increased client satisfaction, and reduced errors and omissions on project documents are among top benefits reported.

  6. Xylem To Showcase Latest Smart Water Solutions And Expertise At IFAT 2018
    5/2/2018

    As water managers around the world grapple with intensifying water and wastewater infrastructure challenges, including pipe leaks, energy intensive operations, and complex network management issues, smart water technologies can transform how these challenges are addressed, improving the effectiveness and productivity of operations.

  7. New Entry-Level, Automated Titrators Accelerate Laboratory Productivity
    4/26/2018

    A new series of entry-level, automated potentiometric laboratory-grade titrators has been designed to make titrations easier, more reliable and more accurate than manual alternatives, across a wide range of QC/QA applications within food and beverage, drinking water, wastewater, chemical and petrochemical, personal care, agriculture and academic markets.

  8. Water May Be Costing You More Than You Think
    4/24/2018

    Learn how to improve your bottom-line by reducing leaks in distribution systems and aligning your pumping routines with the variable electricity rates of your supplier.

  9. Seeq To Sponsor CSIA Executive Conference
    4/19/2018

    Seeq will join more than 500 control system integrators from around the globe on April 24-27 in San Francisco for the Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) Executive Conference.

  10. Mueller Systems’ New ME-8 Encoder Register Improves Meter Accuracy And Functionality
    4/18/2018

    The Mueller® Encoder Eight (ME-8) register combines proven reliable mechanical components with an innovative new automated data acquisition system that improves meter accuracy and functionality for utilities.