On Demand Webinars

You’ve heard digital transformation is the future, but is it your future?  The fact is, only 8% of water utilities had advanced data management tools which unlock the benefits of cloud technology.  For everyone else, the challenges of legacy systems, technology silos, fragmented information, and excessive implementation costs have put digital transformation projects out of reach.  But that was the past.

In this on-demand webinar join Eric Heilveil of Siemens Industry Inc., as he discusses a new advance in custody transfer flow measurement for the gas industry, that delivers critical accuracy with a very low cost of ownership.

Now that the Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR) have been finalized and published in the Federal Register, the clock has started. While the revisions are a major step toward removing lead from our water systems, complying with these revisions will create some significant operational challenges.

Do you feel confident that your hydraulic and hydrologic (H&H) modeling results are quickly AND accurately delivered? Many modelers need to balance efficiency and accuracy — but it’s not always possible on traditional modeling platforms.

The water sector is under pressure to digitize operations to optimize treatment plants and operational efficiencies. And while there is widespread use — and misuse — of the word "digital", one key element of the discussion is being overlooked: people. Real people fear losing their jobs because of digital tools and processes. No one is discussing the facts of job loss — and job creation — that the digital transformation is driving.

The impact of climate change along with increased urbanisation and more intense storms has resulted in more frequent and severe urban flooding and CSO escapes. This webinar will introduce how you can better manage urban flood risk and CSO spills by maximising the use of the storage already available in the network with InfoWorks ICM and CENTAUR. 

This webinar will focus on two of the most disruptive events that can impact water service delivery namely discontinuity of water supply and drinking water quality. Learn how analysis of these key areas is crucial in the context of meeting customer demand, sustainability, and regulatory targets.

Nicole Pasch (Xylem) is joined by Mike Staal (City of Grand Rapids) to discuss how real-time decision support and digital modeling empowered the City of Grand Rapids, MI, to solve their sewer overflows as well as reduce their inflow and infiltration challenge. 

Municipalities are facing more demands than ever. From shrinking budgets to increasing populations, operators are asked to deliver higher performance with fewer resources. Join our webinar to learn how you can get the most from your pressure boosting and water treatment equipment with new technologies that simplify project scoping and reduce service needs and costly chemicals.

This event reviews components of pipeline resilience as interpreted by industry experts who were interviewed by the presenters. It then examines in greater detail the attributes of material strength, toughness, and fatigue; joint performance, including flexibility, thrust restraint, and seismic resistance; sustained performance in general and corrosion resistance in particular; and lifecycle considerations. A corrosion assessment and abatement model will be reviewed, a corrosion study from the Everglades will be summarized, and a seismic event under a lake in Anchorage, Alaska, will be reviewed. It’s a comprehensive outline and will be sure to spark your interest.

As the gap closes between technology and infrastructure in the evolving world of IIoT, utilities are seeking new ways to capture information from the infrastructure products in their water systems. Join Mueller as they discuss how data from your existing infrastructure network can provide valuable insights to help power critical decisions about your operations, asset management, and maintenance programs.

The Central Valley of California has many potable groundwater systems operating on subsurface wells that have primary and secondary regulatory drinking water issues. Given the very challenging water quality as recognized the Division of Drinking Water, the City of Lemoore, CA water supply (consisting of multiple well clusters) is exceeding the compliance targets for disinfection byproducts (DBPs), mainly total trihalomethanes (TTHMs).

In this webinar, we identify the keys for successful flow monitoring while helping you reduce risks and avoid pitfalls. Join our experts on the journey from flow methods to quality assurance to data distribution, and see how Hach Data Delivery Service (DDS) can be a turnkey solution that provides you confidence in your data while saving your resources.

The AquaNereda Aerobic Granular Sludge (AGS) technology is an innovative biological wastewater treatment technology that provides advanced treatment using the unique features of aerobic granular biomass. This webinar defines aerobic granular sludge, including AGS history, granular formation, and microbiology. The presenter provides a detailed overview of the AquaNereda process and operation and presents a case study of the first installed full-scale system in the U.S.

A southwestern (AZ) community faced a tough challenge to quickly identify an alternative water source and install a new and cost-effective treatment solution in a period of 6 months to provide potable water for the community during the temporary shutdown of the existing surface water treatment plants. This webinar will describe in detail the rationale and design criteria used to build the ultra-high recovery flow-reversal RO system used in this application.

New and increasing nutrient regulations for phosphorus and nitrogen are driving innovative operational solutions and technologies to meet wastewater facility needs. In this on-demand webinar, you’ll join Steve Myers and Adam Jennings of Hach for a discussion on the classic approach to nutrient sampling and monitoring, and where new efficiencies can be realized.

The Virtual Water Expo brought to you by Water Online took place on August 11 & 12, 2020. The inaugural virtual trade show for the water and wastewater industries showcased presentations from 23 leading water and wastewater solution providers, covering topics and technologies including treatment, fluid handling, remote monitoring, digitization, and more.

Surface water treatment, water remediation and waste water treatment are critical issues in providing safe drinking water. Control of turbidity and removal of NOM remains one of the main challenges facing water utilities. Control of the flocculation process and adjustment of coagulant dose during the course of water and waste water treatment is often a challenging step in the water treatment process.

The session will outline how a unique metering technology has accomplished this challenging task with superb performance and longevity. Over the course of the last 30 years, since it was first introduced, KROHNE's TIDALFLUX meter has proven to be the only product that has stood the test of time. It is a full-bore device, it has no moving parts, it is factory-calibrated, and is approved for hazardous areas and for water, wastewater, and industrial applications.

Non-revenue water is one of the biggest challenges for water utilities worldwide and in the U.S., contributing to billions of dollars’ worth of treated water lost each year. And, with up to 31 percent of water loss coming from leaks in service connections, it is crucial to have detailed knowledge and transparency across your distribution network. That’s why Kamstrup has developed a next-generation smart water meter with integrated acoustic leak detection to proactively identify potential leaks in service connections, which enables utilities to prioritize their daily efforts to where and when they will have the biggest impact. 

Control valves are critical components in almost every process, and one of the most expensive. Between the compressed air driving your pneumatic actuators and the regular maintenance on the valve assemblies themselves, many factors contribute to the continual costs of keeping your process up and running.