• Organica Water is a global provider of innovative solutions for the treatment and recycling of wastewater. They currently have 100+ installations of their innovative 'garden-like' WWTP's around the world. They were the first end users of the Transcend Design Generator and continue to use the software as a way to keep cost low and bid on an ever-increasing number of projects.

  • The City of Orlando Streets and Stormwater Division is responsible for maintaining and improving drainage facilities to prevent flooding and ensure all receiving water bodies meet state and federal water quality standards. They oversee upwards of 100 lakes within the City and approximately 147 drainage wells with 70 monitoring stations for lakes and waterways, and have 23 rainfall stations collecting data by telemetry over a cellular network. The Streets and Stormwater Division keeps two million people safe from flooding during heavy summer rainfalls and periodic tropical events. 

  • AWWA's Annual Conference & Exposition (ACE) hits The City of Brotherly Love with a flurry of new technologies.

  • Water 4.0 is a concept that has recently been raised as the “future” of the water industry …possibly. Apart from being a paraphrase of Industry 4.0, the questions have to be asked: What is it, and what does it have to do with the way the water industry operates in its current state?

  • TDG was built to help with streamlining conceptual design practices. However, TDG was NOT designed to do everything.

  • The Fountain Hills Sanitary District (FHSD) provides wastewater treatment for over 13,000 homes and businesses. In addition to supplying the town’s namesake fountain, its treated water irrigates local golf courses and parks. In 2000, the utility developed an innovative way to make up the short-fall during the dryer less populated summer. By Christopher Little

  • Earlier this month, American Water, the largest, most geographically diverse investor owned water and wastewater utility in the U.S., played an active role in the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners’ (NARUC) 127th Annual Meeting,* which was held in Austin, TX.

  • The recent release of InfoAsset Manager 2021.6 now offers support for the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) WSA05-2019 version 4.1 Conduit Inspection Reporting Code. This extends support to the existing legacy versions of WSA05-2013 v3.1, WSA05 2008 v2.2 and WSA05 2002. The Australian codes used to describe conduit condition bear some relationship to the codes used in EN 13508-2:2003 Conditions of drain and sewer systems outside buildings Part 2: Visual inspection coding system, which is also supported in InfoAsset Manager.

  • A case of legionellosis an illness acquired from Legionella bacteria, which can grow in cooling water and potable water systems was diagnosed at a medical retirement home.

  • A U.S. company develops energy technologies that are environmentally sustainable and provides their customers with the ability to use their energy sources in a more practical and cost-effective manner.



Listen in as Guy Cohen describes how Kando provides insight into wastewater data.