WATER INNOVATIONS CURRENT ISSUE

WASTEWATER

UTILITY MANAGEMENT

INFRASTRUCTURE

SOURCE WATER

DRINKING WATER

REVENUE METERING

  • Balancing The Costs Of Water For Utilities And Customers
    9/7/2021

    The cost of municipal water management, including infrastructure renewal, relies on revenue from ratepayers, but affordability of services is a prime concern as well. A recent report from Black & Veatch looks at large cities and recent trends regarding this delicate balance.

  • Why Invest Time And Resources In Reducing Non-Revenue Water?
    5/3/2021

    As the incentive to minimize non-revenue water and decrease OPEX becomes ever more imperative among U.S. utilities, lessons can be learned from pioneering Danish utilities that had to do a similar maneuver 20 years ago and today have one of the lowest water-loss rates in the world.

  • How Acoustic Water Leak Detection Is Used To Tackle Water Loss
    1/13/2021

    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.

MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL

  • Powering Up: Perspective On America’s Infrastructure Plan
    9/7/2021

    Envisioning an America where every community has access to clean water and resources to live a quality life is pretty powerful — and it is enough inspiration to power a transformation that could make America’s future much stronger.

  • Cybersecurity Hygiene Is Effective Preventive Maintenance
    7/6/2021

    Organizations can enhance cybersecurity and minimize cyberattacks by improving basic cybersecurity hygiene.

  • Ensuring Water And Wastewater Resiliency During The Pandemic
    5/25/2021

    According to the American Water Works Association (AWWA), with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic impacting communities throughout the world, water professionals are working around the clock to ensure that safe, reliable water service continues to flow. But what if many of these essential employees now must work from home or only minimal crews are on-site at the plants?

REUSE

  • Reuse To The Rescue: Recycling Municipal And Industrial Wastewater For A Sustainable Future
    3/8/2021

    In recent years, limited water resources combined with the growing demand for freshwater, rapidly changing weather patterns, and environmental concerns have spearheaded water reuse as a leading solution in the battle to secure water resilience.

  • TrojanUVFit Brochure
    1/2/2021

    The TrojanUVFit® offers an effective, compact, and energy-efficient solution for non-potable reuse with a streamlined hydraulic profile that won’t break head in the treatment process. The system is available in multiple configurations to treat a wide range of flow rates, up to 7 MGD per chamber.

  • TrojanUVSigna Brochure
    1/1/2021

    TrojanUVSigna® incorporates innovations, including TrojanUV Solo Lamp® Technology, to reduce the total cost of ownership and drastically simplify operation and maintenance.

  • More Of A Good Thing: Utilities Prioritize Water Reuse Strategies
    11/10/2020

    Black & Veatch’s annual Strategic Directions report reveals the momentum for water reuse in the U.S., citing reasons for uptake as well as remaining barriers to entry.

ACE INNOVATION

  • The Shape Of Water, Starring AWWA’s Tracy Mehan
    7/6/2021

    If water-industry superstars were celebrated like entertainers, an introduction to G. Tracy Mehan III wouldn’t be necessary. But water, as industry veterans know, doesn’t quite get the attention it deserves … until services are threatened. At that point, as all along, we turn to our water leaders for answers.

WEFTEC INNOVATION

  • EPA Reveals The Key To Clean Water
    11/1/2019

    Water and wastewater treatment plant operators may not always love regulators, but they should love what the U.S. EPA water chief had to say about them. Speaking at the “BusinessH20 Water Innovation Summit” in September, the EPA’s assistant administrator for water, Dave Ross, referred to those who clean our country’s drinking water and wastewater as “silent, everyday unsung heroes.” While not as celebrated as others who dedicate themselves to public service, such as police officers, firefighters, and teachers, they are every bit as essential — if not more so.