FUNDING SOLUTIONS & INSIGHT FOR UTILITY MANAGERS

  • Chief Concerns: AWWA CEO Discusses Industry Priorities
    Chief Concerns: AWWA CEO Discusses Industry Priorities

    AWWA's leader, CEO David LaFrance, talks about his organization's initiatives and how they respond to industry concerns that could ultimately pose a threat to water quality — AWWA's push for full lead service line replacement being a notable example.

  • George Hawkins On How Innovation Can Fund Infrastructure
    George Hawkins On How Innovation Can Fund Infrastructure

    In this interview, Hawkins details some of his Washington D.C. experience, discusses utility funding as it relates to consumer rates, and explains the role of innovation in surmounting challenges.

  • Mapping Innovative Financing For Utility Projects
    Mapping Innovative Financing For Utility Projects

    A new interactive map from Stanford University presents a national picture of successful drinking water and wastewater projects achieved through pioneering funding models.

  • Lessons From The Latest Water And Wastewater Rate Survey
    Lessons From The Latest Water And Wastewater Rate Survey

    Rocky Craley of Raftelis Financial Consultants, the firm that conducted the 2016 Water and Wastewater Rate Survey along with the American Water Works Association (AWWA), discussed the takeaways of the annual survey in this edition of Water Talk.

  • How To Turn Your Utility Into An Ideas Factory
    How To Turn Your Utility Into An Ideas Factory

    A new industry research report outlines a plan for fostering innovation from within water utilities, empowering them to become the solutions to their own emerging problems.

  • Bringing Communities Together For Wastewater Recovery
    Bringing Communities Together For Wastewater Recovery

    A new wastewater recovery concept emerging in Massachusetts may represent the future of resource recovery.

  • The Big Empty: Rural America's Drinking Water Crisis

    O’Brien, Texas is just one of thousands of small communities in the United States that struggle to find the resources to ensure that the water coming out of the tap is safe to drink. The recent budget proposal by the Trump administration will only make matters worse. Watch this documentary short produced by Tom Rosenberg and Earth Institute fellow Madison Condon details one shrinking town’s drinking water crisis.

  • A New Way To Renew Biosolids
    A New Way To Renew Biosolids

    A biosolids reuse project backed by the Department of Energy utilizes a new conversion process to make the most of wastewater.

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UTILITY MANAGEMENT PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

VTScadaLIGHT Software For Monitoring And Control VTScadaLIGHT Software For Monitoring And Control

VTScadaLIGHT brings superior monitoring and control capabilities to a vast array of automation projects. Perfect for small industrial and personal applications up to 50 I/O.

Super Centurion® A-459 Urban Fire Hydrant Super Centurion® A-459 Urban Fire Hydrant

Hydrants share responsibilities with two important groups of professionals: (1) water departments and the utility crews that manage them; and (2) fire departments, who are the first responders to emergencies. Both groups use the hydrant for different purposes.

Water Network Optimization Suite Water Network Optimization Suite

The Water Network Optimization Suite by Schneider Electric provides water utilities an overview of the entire water distribution network in real-time and in “future-time” by enabling operators to be forewarned of critical situations in the network so that immediate actions to prevent or mitigate service disruptions can be taken with enough lead time.

Aquis Water Network Management Aquis Water Network Management

80% of your capital is invested in the distribution network. Aquis puts you in control.

Wonderware System Platform Wonderware System Platform

Today, industrial companies need a more efficient and flexible way of developing, deploying and maintaining the software applications used to manage and improve operations.

Wonderware InTouch Wonderware InTouch

Since 1987, Wonderware InTouch has been the world’s number one human machine interface (HMI), offering market leading innovation, brilliant graphics, legendary ease of use, unsurpassed connectivity, the industry’s best support and the broadest partner ecosystem.

Wonderware Skelta Workflow Wonderware Skelta Workflow

Wonderware Skelta BPM is a workflow platform that provides water and wastewater management organizations the capability to manage, enforce and document processes cross-company, replacing manual processes and paperwork with electronic workflows. It encompasses everything from routine operations to escalated responses to manage normal, unscheduled or disruptive events.

VTScada Alarm and Event Management VTScada Alarm and Event Management

Standard Component - Every VTScada application includes an instantly intuitive Alarm management interface as well as pre-configured alarm and event databases. This integrated approach reduces configuration time and ensures that mission-critical alarm features remain tightly integrated over the life of your system no matter how many times you expand your application or update VTScada.

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REGULATION UPDATES FOR UTILITY MANAGEMENT

  • Looking Beyond Voice Modems in SCADA Systems
    Looking Beyond Voice Modems in SCADA Systems

    When I first came to Trihedral, I was surprised to learn that voice modems were still widely used in the HMI and SCADA industries. Though the days of wedging your phone receiver into a foam cradle are long gone, the name still conjures up the sounds of chirps, bleeps, and bongs they make as they translate analog information into digital. As high-speed networks became our preferred method of web surfing, the use of this technology has steeply declined. 

  • CloudSCADA Helps Prevent Spills In The Bakken
    CloudSCADA Helps Prevent Spills In The Bakken

    The environmental and financial impacts of a saltwater spill can be significant.  Unfortunately, the Bakken region of western North Dakota and eastern Montana has seen its share of spills.  One particular produced water gathering system is leading the way with advanced technology that focuses on leak prevention and detection, as well as streamlining operation costs and efficiencies. 

  • How WWTP’s Can Get Greener Grass On The Other Side Of The IIoT
    How WWTP’s Can Get Greener Grass On The Other Side Of The IIoT

    The next big thing is here and it’s the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). With pundits waxing philosophical on this big breakthrough, it’s hard to cut through the noise and understand what the IIoT actually is and how it applies to individual plants. I offer the following as a definition. The IIoT means collecting, interpreting, and applying data to actively improve processes or operations. To understand how the IIoT applies to a wastewater treatment plant, look no further than your front yard.

  • Is Your Head In The Clouds?
    Is Your Head In The Clouds?

    Every day you hear things like “push your data into the cloud” or the newest functions of “cloud computing”.  But what does this all mean? And what does it mean for utilities and facilities? Well, if you’re looking into Cloud SCADA, it can mean then difference between having to purchase and maintain software and hardware versus utilizing the internet and cloud computing platforms to serve as the framework for your SCADA system. That translates into time and money saved in the long run.  

  • Monitoring Progress: Nailing Down Water Hammer And Its Implications
    Monitoring Progress: Nailing Down Water Hammer And Its Implications

    If you don’t know what a water hammer is, well, that’s a big part of the problem. It’s an all-too-frequent issue for water systems everywhere, striking in pipelines that are growing more susceptible to failure as they age.

  • AMI And The Zen Of Water Utility Management
    AMI And The Zen Of Water Utility Management

    Drinking water utilities have a lot on their plates. Aside from the inherent technical difficulty of providing a vital service, they have to maintain positive customer relations, contend with increasingly strained budgets, and run operations with as little stress to employees as possible.

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