Archive | March, 2012

Google and Douglasville-Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority Unveil Reuse Water Facility

Douglasville-Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority (WSA) officials and Google executives on Thursday announced Google’s first reuse water system for one of their U.S. data centers. Google’s Douglas County data center is also the state’s first data center to conserve water using a reuse water system. The system, financed by Google and owned by WSA, is helping to keep […]

Protecting the Revenue Stream: Leak Location, Condition Assessment, Rehab & Replacement of Water Distribution Systems

Every drop of water has, within it, embedded costs. It carries the energy used for pumping and treatment, labor costs, as well as administrative expenses. It’s all invested to deliver high-quality drinking water to the consumer. Here we explore a range of technologies to cost-effectively assess, rehabilitate and repair water distribution systems.