More Wastewater Industry Features

  1. Predictive Flood Modeling: A Course For The Future
    6/19/2018

    In a recent keynote speech at Wharton’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership (IGEL), Innovyze CEO Colby Manwaring took the stage to address the current state of flood modeling techniques. The story? We can do better.

  2. Getting A Handle On Sewer Overflows
    3/26/2019

    Wet weather events are a growing concern for wastewater treatment plant operators, but a new twist on cloth media filtration may provide the answer to their peak flow management problems.

  3. Conducting Accurate Conductivity Measurement In Industrial Applications
    3/12/2019

    While some water quality parameters may get more attention in industrial settings, few are more critical than conductivity. Understanding conductivity monitoring for industrial applications — where it is needed, how it works, and how to leverage the appropriate instruments and standards in order to pinpoint it — will unlock huge gains in efficiency, effectiveness, and regulatory compliance.

  4. Groundwater Scarcer Than Previously Thought
    10/15/2018

    According to the U.S. Geological Survey, groundwater supplies half of all drinking water to the U.S. population, nearly all of it to our rural population and over 50 billion gallons per day for agricultural needs. But according to new research out of UC Santa Barbara, supplies may be more limited than previously thought.

  5. How To Evaluate Embedded BI In 5 Easy Steps
    2/27/2019

    If wading through a sea of embedded BI solutions in search of the perfect fit for your product sounds daunting, it should. Wading really isn’t what you want to be doing, but it’s what SaaS providers end up doing when they launch a product search without a plan.

  6. Trenton, Missouri Delivers Safety And Efficiency With On‐Site Sodium Hypochlorite Production From The Process Solutions, Inc. Microclor® System
    7/16/2018

    Located in Northern Missouri, the city of Trenton and its more than 6,000 residents pride themselves on self‐sufficiency and pragmatic decision making. During the spring of 2012, the utility embarked on the design and construction of chemical feed system upgrades at the existing water plant that would help the city manage the need for new capacity, better control of trihalomethanes (THM’s) and improve operator safety by removing gaseous chlorine as a disinfectant.

  7. Speaking Their Language: Challenges In Rare Disease Cross-Border Patient Travel
    5/28/2019

    With an increase in drug development for rare disease around the world, there’s a greater need for trial patients to travel cross-border for medical care. Traveling to another country where you can’t communicate in your mother tongue introduces stressors even when at your healthiest. Throw in an illness that has yet to be cured, and that stress can intensify. Here are factors to consider when conducting trials with cross-border patients.

  8. Austin Traces Root Of Drinking Water Odor To Zebra Mussel Infestation
    3/5/2019

    An unusual culprit has been identified as the source behind rotten smelling water in Austin, Texas. Though the source of the smell was surprising, at least it wasn’t too difficult to deal with.

  9. The Data Influx: Transforming Data Overload Into Business Insights
    10/4/2018

    “We have too much data” is the refrain we continually hear from water utilities. It’s no surprise that managing data from multiple sources and turning it into business insights presents a daunting challenge; however, data influx does not have to be a burden. When managed well, there’s no such thing as too much data, especially if your business is implementing a big data strategy — a topic that has implications and reach beyond the scope of this paper.

  10. From Zero To SCADA
    5/14/2018

    VTScada software helps Jamaica National Water Commission adopt world-class monitoring and control system.