DRINKING WATER DISTRIBUTION RESOURCES
How The New Lead And Copper Rule Could Impact You
As the baton was passed to a new U.S. presidential administration and EPA, so were the Lead and Copper Rule revisions, which are certain to be enacted with rigorous oversight.
Trimble’s System Of Action™ Offers Real-Time Operational Awareness
Escondido, California, has been on a growth trajectory, having tripled the typical rate of development in the past few years.
Insta-Valve 250 Helps Avoid Nearly Citywide Water Service Disruption
The Insta-Valve 250 provided targeted shutdown to greatly minimize service disruption during repair of a leaking water main.
Valve Health Diagnostics
Valves are one of the most common assets in the process industry, spanning all verticals. Chemicals, refineries, and petrochemicals, however, will find improved valve health diagnostics useful for critical valves and controllers in their plants, while upstream and midstream oil and gas companies may be focused on much larger, critical valves like pipeline or subsea valves. Using Seeq, process manufacturers are able to implement a condition-based monitoring analysis to monitor valve health across an entire fleet. Engineers can utilize the historical data to accurately create a predictive maintenance forecast and preemptively detect valve failures before they occur.
Advanced Analytic Solutions Used By Air Selangor To Implement State-Wide Monitoring Program To Improve Asset Reliability And Resiliency
Air Selangor is a large water distribution company owned by the Malaysian state of Selangor. The public utility serves a population of 84 million residents and manages over 6200 kilometers of trunk mains, ranging from 300mm up to 2200mm, with much of the pipelines located in remote areas of the state.
Durham, NC Improves Water Quality With Remote Pressure Monitoring, Sampling, And Flushing Stations
The City of Durham is committed to providing safe drinking water to a service population of more than 289,000. The City’s Department of Water Management (DWM) ensures the delivery of water to approximately 99,000 service connections through 1,400 miles of watermains. Lake Michie and Little River Reservoir are the two sources that deliver raw water to the City’s two treatment plants, using a combination of gravity flow and electric and hydro-powered pumping systems. Together, these plants have the combined treatment capacity of 64 million gallons per day (MGD) with an average demand is 28 MGD.
How Acoustic Water Leak Detection Is Used To Tackle Water Loss
Italy’s biggest multi-utility, A2A S.p.A., like many water utilities in North America and around the world, had to corral water loss to sustain efficient operations. A2A piloted acoustic leak detection as a potential solution, achieving A+ results.
Greener Pastures Ahead For Pumps
Energy-saving pumps will be ever more present in 2021 as investment in eco-friendly infrastructure continues to grow.
Statistical Modeling In Support Of Lead Service Line Identification, Inventory, And Replacement
One of the most high-profile, pressing, and complicated infrastructure problems gets chopped down to size with the help of data-driven analysis.
In The Green: Embracing Innovation To Finance The New Localized Water Infrastructure
An uncommon financing model is proving effective at resolving an all-too-common issue throughout the U.S. — underfunded water infrastructure needs.