DRINKING WATER TREATMENT RESOURCES
Reducing Water Waste And Increasing Reuse With Remote Monitoring And Control
Now more than ever, it’s time to explore circular water management solutions to prevent loss of the world’s most valuable resource.
Warm Weather Water Treatment: Optimizing Coagulation With Standby Advanced Oxidation
Seasonal variations and peak events can impact the water quality in ways difficult to anticipate, requiring tools and monitoring methods to optimize drinking water treatment at a moment’s notice.
Ultrasonic And Radar Level Technologies: Bringing Clarity To The Water And Wastewater Market
If your head spins after reading how amazing one level measurement technology is in comparison to another, understanding the key attributes of these technologies and their applicability to specific processes may help to clear the waters.
Water Use Patterns Provide A Sense Of Normalcy
From his perch in the control center at Denver Water, Phil Malone watches the city shift and stir, shaking off the night’s slumber.
Optimizing Leak Detection With Virtual DMAs
After experiencing significant real water losses in its distribution system and having difficulty locating the root causes, this large water authority in United Arab Emirates took a proactive approach by using real-time data to identify the source of leaks, reducing non-revenue water and gaining system intelligence to improve future operations, maintenance, and capital planning.
Digital Transformation In Water: 9 Success Factors
Climate change, urban population growth, aging infrastructure, budgetary constraints, and increasing regulatory pressure are some of the many challenges U.S. water utilities face. Utility executives are forced to address them in creative and cost-effective ways.
COVID-19 Requires Management Of Building Water Systems Now
Controlling the spread of COVID-19 requires the collective effort of physical distancing. While this is imperative to save lives from the novel disease, many hotels, resorts, offices, and other buildings are now partially or entirely shut down. As a result, the water systems in these buildings are experiencing low to no flow, loss of disinfectant residual, tepid water temperatures, and other hazardous conditions that can increase Legionella amplification, which can cause Legionnaires disease.
How Can The Water Industry Benefit From IoT Technology?
The technology of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been a pioneer in developing solutions that are rich in monitoring, analytical, and automation features. These innovative features allow the industry to optimize operational methodologies, boost overall equipment effectiveness, and automate processes that are generally performed manually.