• Modern problems for water utilities, including limited workforce and aging infrastructure, require modern tools for overcoming them.
  • As the market name prompts, the drinking water pipe repair market is subjected to the growing demand for intact water pipelines. With the elevated need for pure and regular water supply, it will likely become a prominent market that will play an active role in the energy and natural resources sector.
  • Whether for water quality, conservation, governance, stormwater management, resiliency, or a host of other needs, geographic information systems (GIS) are in demand, presenting an excellent opportunity to grow — and diversify — your workforce.
  • The reliability of water infrastructure shouldn't be a guessing game. Public water supply in the U.S. covers millions of miles, providing billions of gallons of water every day. That leaves a lot of room for error. However, public health depends on the proper management of this vast water infrastructure. Artificial intelligence (AI) can help.
  • Many people encounter chlorine in their daily lives, whether it's as an ingredient in household bleach or an additive that sanitizes water in swimming pools. Chlorine is also used as an antiseptic, a bleaching agent in the production of paper and cloth, and to kill microorganisms in drinking water. But this familiar chemical is also extremely toxic. And because it's ubiquitous in many industries across the U.S., it often is released in chemical accidents and spills.

  • By connecting with operators, leadership can take note of their challenges and priorities, and incorporate them into the strategy before vetting and choosing technologies.

  • The air is crisp. The leaves are colorful. The aroma of pumpkin spice fills the air. It’s autumn and many of us have just returned from WEFTEC in Chicago. As we find time to relax and enjoy the fall season, it's also time to take stock of 2023 and think ahead to 2024.

  • Despite a combination of need, opportunities, and competitive salaries, wastewater agencies and consulting firms face shortages of qualified workers. Learn more about making the case for Gen Z by utilizing technology.

  • It's been over a year since the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed, unleashing an unprecedented $864 billion in federal funding. Many state and local entities eligible to receive this funding are scrambling to secure new pots of money and get workers ready for all the projects to come. The problem with this gold rush mentality is that federal, state, and local leaders often overlook a fundamental problem facing the country...
  • Denver Water's Northwater Treatment Plant passes major safety milestone thanks to careful planning, engaged workers.


  • OM360 - Customized Online Operations & Maintenance Training

    Discover how OM360 creates customized web based courseware that is sophisticated yet easy to use for an array of equipment and processes. 

  • Installation Support

    Brentwood’s systems and components are engineered not only for performance, but for ease of installation. With a dedicated team of site technicians who have assisted in countless installations, you can be assured not only that the system will run properly, but that your employees will be educated and prepared to operate the system. 

  • Vacuum Sewer Truck: Optimize Cleaning Performance With The Right Accessories

    Selecting the correct accessories will maximize cleaning while minimizing water use, tank refills, labor, and headaches.

  • AccuGrid Surface Grating

    AccuGrid protective grating provides a strong, interlocking, non-skid surface on top of tube settler and trickling filter media. As a cost-effective alternative to other walkway systems, it covers the entire media surface for complete access to the distribution system. AccuGrid also improves safety by eliminating trip hazards through its surefoot tread design and locking tabs that maintain panel alignment.

  • CASE Program

    The Component Analysis and System Evaluation (CASE) program, developed by Brentwood, helps customers to prevent problems with their chain and flight equipment and to extend the lifetime of their installations. The specialized tools and software provide facilities with cost-effective recommendations for budgeting future capital expenditures, maintaining inventory levels, and scheduling preventative maintenance.


In this clip from In The Flow, Anne-Louise Christensen talks about some of the ways that Denmark is expanding technologies and explains that even though some of these strategies are expensive, they will hopefully become more cost-efficient in the future.