Sensors in the water and wastewater treatment industries are an emerging technology market area, forecast to grow to $2Bn+ in 2030. These sensors will make up the wider application of IoT devices in cities, and the hype around them is growing.
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) announced today that it has been awarded a $1.9M grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for lead testing of drinking water at schools and child care facilities across the state.
Small environmental and academic teaching laboratories specializing in water analysis can benefit from simpler setup and operation and improved quality with a new, compact ion chromatography (IC) system that can bring an advanced level of simplicity to anion and cation analyses of drinking water.
Mueller Systems and Ferguson Waterworks today announced a new project for Newport News’ water metering system. The project will be an upgrade to the Newport News metering system and will include smart water technology.
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced an award of $6,137,000 in grant funding to assist the California Department of Social Services with identifying sources of lead in drinking water in childcare centers.
Water scarcity and regulatory pressure are leading to more remote monitoring of leakage, says Alan Cunningham, technical director, Ovarro, and technological advances and human resource challenges mean that might be about to accelerate.