On-Demand Webinars

In this webinar, we’ll discuss the connected workflows for Capital Programs and Asset Management from Trimble that are elevating the industry standards.

In this webinar, Tacoma Zach and John Clow from MentorAPM give an introduction to asset management for water and wastewater utilities. 

In this webinar, explore successful approaches from AMI deployments that lead to reducing non-revenue water, improving sustainable water management, and meeting the demands of today and the future.

Join 120Water’s team of industry experts to learn what LCRR requirements are important, how to develop a customer communications strategy, and tips for centralizing your data to make future reporting a breeze.

In this webinar, learn how transitioning to a smart water solution can improve operational efficiency and effectiveness for your utility, no matter its size.

The journey from traditional metering to AMI is not without challenges. In this webinar, hear about the importance of developing a step-by-step approach, choosing a good partner, and securing the right meter for the journey.

Join us as we discuss the mechanism behind water hammer, its causes, and ways to prevent it from happening in the first place.

Learn how the City of Galveston, Texas—prone to seasonal changes in water use and stress on their distribution system due to tourism cycles—is using online monitoring in the distribution system to deliver greater operational insight.

In this webinar we will be evaluating an interesting application to prepare the raw water from a reservoir for feeding into a local potable water distribution network. 

This webinar will provide an overview of key digitalization trends for water distribution system operators, and the solutions they rely on for mapping, designing, and analyzing their networks and assets.

In this webinar, learn about the benefits of ultrasonic meters, and discover why utilities across the country are upgrading to ultrasonic meters.

Join a panel of dewatering experts from Evoqua Water Technologies for an interactive and informative introduction of the Rotary Press. Learn how the technology works, market opportunities, performance characteristics vs. alternative solutions, and how the Rotary Press can save you time and money.

Learn what it takes to build a compliant inventory from water industry experts.

By the end of 2022, nearly 80% of U.S. households will have a smart meter. While most of these meters are electric, the modern networks they communicate under often form canopies over many water utilities and municipalities. With the right multi-application network canopy in place, water utilities now have an unprecedented opportunity to immediately leverage these existing assets to deploy smart water meters, leak sensors, analytics, consumer portals and more at a fraction of the time, cost, and maintenance of building out a separate, single-purpose network. 

Physical inspection of water service lines is reliable and effective, but inspections can be costly, ranging between $500 - $2,000 or more per property. And the winter months can further complicate the field coordination process. New techniques such as machine learning have been proven to help improve the hit rate of inspections, and support effective prioritization and planning. 

In this video Chart Industries' business leaders Tyler Elm and Greg Gilles provide an informative discussion on the different treatment options and technologies ChartWater offers to provide clean water for many different industries.

Sharing the results of ALTRA’s latest PFAS pilot in the field is Martin Bureau, Eng., Ph. D., Vice-President Innovation at SANEXEN. He will summarize the on-site tests, go through the operating conditions and PFAS removal levels, and explain what this means for the future of ALTRA and PFAS treatment across North America.

As utilities, engineers, and consultants continue to pursue a digital transformation of their wet infrastructure systems, new cloud-based technologies are being implemented, fundamentally changing the way work is done.

The term Digitalization is thrown around all the time in today’s work environment. With people still working remotely, reduced maintenance and support budgets and the ever-present pressure to improve performance and reduce downtime, digitalization offers some real advantages. However, with these advantages comes concerns. Concerns about cloud security, susceptibility of networks to outside access and making sure only the proper people see the specific information they should. These are key questions that are being asked and deserve to be answered.

You may currently use mechanical meters at your utility—but did you know ultrasonic meters can deliver more value and capture additional revenue? Ultrasonic meters can be used in residential and commercial applications, helping utilities to manage their meter reading systems more efficiently.

Everywhere you look, new technological advancements impact your everyday life. Cell phone apps are everywhere; more and more electric vehicles are popping up on the road next to you; E-commerce is sidestepping traditional business models. But what about measurement instrumentation? In this brief webinar, we’ll explore how recent developments transformed basic devices into comprehensive information engines for gaining more knowledge about your flow, level and other processes.