• Small Private Utilities Are Looking For Standardization Of Water And Wastewater Solutions

    The traditional method of bringing water and wastewater solutions to a growing community or sprawling commercial or home development has been via municipal or county government funds to build the infrastructure of networks and systems.

  • Large Water Projects Of Every Kind Coming In 2020

    Clean and adequate water resources are essential components of human existence. For many years, government leaders had few problems providing this precious resource. That’s no longer the case, and companies interested in contracting with government to fix water problems will find an abundance of opportunities in 2020.

  • 50+ Links To Assist Small, Stressed Water Utilities

    While any drinking water or wastewater treatment operation can be challenged by demands from changing seasonal conditions or regulatory requirements, those pressures can quickly compound for personnel forced to wear multiple hats at small- to medium-sized utilities. Here are scores of links to helpful resources for such operators for the municipalities and consulting engineers who work with them.

  • Progressive WTP Positions Growing Colorado City For The Future

    Facing source water issues that demanded a new water treatment plant (WTP), the City of Thornton turned to progressive design-build to deliver a modern, flexible fix.

  • $1.3 Billion Investment On Tap For Denver Water System

    From the pipes under city streets to a field north of Golden, Denver Water’s five-year capital plan calls for major investments in its water quality and delivery system.

  • Urgency Needed In Advancing Water Infrastructure Projects

    How frightening is it to imagine a day without adequate water supply? Or, a time when drinking water is no longer safe?

  • Considering Bonds To Fund Green And Hybrid Infrastructure

    At the Stockholm World Water Week 2019, the need for new water infrastructure was a theme running through the conference agenda. As extreme weather events occur now with alarming regularity, the question is material for every water user, not the least of which are utilities and local governments.

  • Funding Is Slow But Always Available For Disaster Recovery Projects

    Looking for a diverse and lucrative public-sector marketplace? If so, don’t overlook upcoming opportunities related to natural disaster recovery in regions that were ravaged by floods, fires, and other weather-related disasters. Demand for private-sector firms to provide services in these regions is extremely high.

  • Separate Ways: Examining The Stormwater Needs Gap

    The Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Stormwater Institute (SWI) reports on challenges and the annual funding gap for the municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) sector.

  • Water, Water Everywhere: Upcoming Projects Of All Types Throughout The U.S.

    The marketplace for contracting opportunities related to water will be exceedingly robust over the next few decades. Government officials, usually with the assistance of private sector partners, must work to upgrade water systems, expand capacity, repair aging pipelines, and find ways to ensure the sustainability of water for American citizens and businesses. Here’s a small sampling of some upcoming projects worthy of attention.


  • ABB Ability™ For Pumping Stations

    Real-time control of a 360km water distribution system through an advanced distributed control system.

  • Wireless Hydrant Pressure Recording

    Telog’s original line of hydrant pressure recorders was designed to replace costly, high maintenance chart recorders for monitoring water pressure in distribution systems. The Telog HPR-32 series is Telog’s next generation of paperless, hydrant pressure recorders and incorporates wireless technology for hands-off data transfer straight to your desktop.

  • Wastewater’s Worst Case Scenarios

    Real-time data is the first line of defense for wastewater utilities. A data infrastructure serves as a window into critical operations, allowing employees to optimize equipment performance and hedge against risk. It is often the most economical solution as well: in many cases, utilities already have many of the core elements for an actionable data infrastructure for improving decision making.

  • Continuous “Hands Off” Insulation Resistance Testing Of Critical Motors

    Constant monitoring of critical motors while de-energized prevents failures on startup, reduces unscheduled downtime, saves on major rewinding repairs and increases personnel safety

  • Wireless Lift Station Monitoring Application Note

    Powerful Pump Monitoring for Optimal Lift Station Performance. Trimble Unity software combined with the Telog wireless, battery-powered, multi-channel recording telemetry system provides a GIS-centric cloud and mobile platform for monitoring lift station pump on/off cycles along with sump levels. Clamp-on current sensors monitor pump run on/off to one second resolution. 


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