WATER ONLINE CONTENT COLLECTIONS
Exclusively for subscribers of Water Online, our content collections bundle articles centered around a particular topic or theme. These carefully curated selections feature content from both our internal team of editors as well as our subject matter experts who contribute regularly to the site.
Pump System Solutions
Pump systems play a critical role in water and wastewater operations, but opportunities to improve their reliability and efficiency are overlooked. That can happen when designers or engineers fail to consider new demands placed on the system since installation or understand the benefits of available options. Often, the most significant opportunities missed stem from neglecting to see the big picture savings and efficiencies to be gained.
Advanced Metering Infrastructure
While the U.S. water industry is investing billions of dollars in advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), some utility executives still have lots of questions. Is it worth the investment? Where will the ROI come from? How can I minimize the risks? Is my organization ready to make this transition?
Utility And Infrastructure Resiliency
The ability to operate seamlessly in the face of challenges — which includes everything from increased demands and changing regulations to environmental factors and extreme events — is the core of resiliency. In 2020, the pandemic has brought the need for water systems to bolster their resiliency to the forefront.
Per- And Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)
With states and the federal government edging closer toward PFAS regulations, it’s only a matter of time before municipalities will be required to address the contaminant. As the rules evolve, PFAS promises to be a moving target for a long time.
Digitalization Of The Water Industry
Global water challenges — such as affordability, scarcity, resilience, and quality — are putting more pressure than ever on utility managers and the communities they serve.
Reducing Non-Revenue Water
Most utilities know they have a significant non-revenue water problem — with the typical system bleeding an average of 24 percent annually — but few have the expertise and technology to address it properly. While the concept of water loss in the distribution network isn’t new, water scarcity and the difficulty of raising rates as an offset means non-revenue water (NRW) is no longer tolerable.
Water Scarcity And Reuse
Sustainable practices will be the key to long-term prosperity, and this eBook offers a framework for water systems to shape their future.