UTILITY MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
Purpose Of An IoT-Based Smart Water Meter
It is fascinating to see how the Internet of Things (IoT) is working in the water sector. Many countries are adopting smart meters for effective water utilization, and they further save cities against increasing water scarcity while setting permanent water-saving goals for consumers.
How Pandemics Have Changed American Cities — Often For The Better
New York City’s experience as the epicenter of the U.S. COVID-19 outbreak is raising questions about urban living. Quarantined residents worry about the future in a city known for its tight quarters and full theaters. But cities have long had to transform themselves to overcome disease.
Bond Sale And Refi To Save Water Users At Least $17.5 Million Over Time
Denver Water raises about $300 million to help pay for capital improvements and minimize future rate increases.
Peak Wet Weather Flow Management — A Slow And Painful Process
The water and wastewater industry is not like most businesses. Our industry is driven by many factors, including environmentalist concerns, federal and state regulatory water quality requirements, and utilities being good stewards of our waterways and providing clean water for drinking and recreational use. We have accomplished a lot of great work to clean up our waterways and provide safe water since the Clean Water Act (CWA) was first passed.
Leveraging Rental For Pneumatic Conveying Applications
Pneumatic conveying applications are critical to many facilities – when you can’t move material you can’t make or sell your product. Because of a historical lack of availability of specialized rental blowers and compressors for pneumatic conveying, plants often ether accepted the production outage or rented a more readily available 2 stage oil-free rotary screw compressor designed for 90-150 PSIG plant air service that is very inefficient at the reduced pressures needed for pneumatic conveying.
Managing Data To Maximize Asset Maintenance Efficiency
Utilities are always looking for ways to unlock efficiency, which is the simplest and surest path to saving money. When it comes to asset maintenance, a key has been found.
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.
Utilities Pass The Ultimate Test
The water and wastewater industry proved its resilient and essential nature in the face of a world crisis.
A Market-Based Tool For Groundwater Conservation
Ventura County, California, is an agricultural powerhouse. In 2017, its revenues from agriculture were an estimated $2.1 billion. It also faces extraordinary population pressure, with nearly 450 people per square mile — about five times the average population density of the United States. Both agriculture and infrastructure are dependent on, and impacted by, the availability of water — which has itself been impacted by California’s rapidly-diminishing groundwater reserves.
Innovation During A Pandemic
Many of us get comfortable in our routines. With the pandemic throwing routine out the window, life has become a little like it did for the characters in the parable, Who Moved My Cheese? For those who haven’t read it, Spencer Johnson’s book is a great lesson about adapting to change. Two characters in the book take their situation (a large pile of cheese) for granted; and, when the cheese pile disappears, they curse the world for its unfairness.