The Water Department for the City of Haines City, Florida serves 20,000 customers, and oversees and maintains: 89 miles of water mains ranging from 2 to 30 inches 7 miles of reclaimed water 40 miles of force mains, and 51 miles of gravity sewer mains with 850 manholes Utility foreman James Coker has worked for […]
Water utilities are viewed as trustworthy information sources for climate change and its impact on water resources, opening up opportunities to lead the conversation
Everything you always wanted to know about solid-state water meters (but were afraid to ask).
The incidence of cyanobacterial blooms in surface water is a phenomenon that, while familiar to members of the water community, draws concern and questions from populations worldwide. Despite the industry’s knowledge about this topic, the fact remains that as climate change, continued urbanization, and intensified nutrient loading of source waters increases the risk of more […]
Fixed network AMI pioneer City of Canton overhauls their first-of-its-kind water meter network
It is often said that we live in an increasingly complex and interconnected world. It may be overlooked that our water systems have always been interconnected, integrated systems that are managed by numerous utilities, municipalities, and governing bodies. Water systems impact how the world’s communities develop, are key economic drivers, and offer public health and […]
Texas leads the way in advancing water reuse projects spanning from aquifer recharge to direct potable reuse
Portland Water Bureau upgrades its SCADA system.
A five millimeter long insect triggers complex changes in the hydrology of entire watersheds.
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission employs a sweeping contamination warning system to safeguard its 2.6 million customers against biological and chemical threats. Lessons learned in developing the system present insight for other utilities in securing their operations.