Non-revenue water is a complex issue, and one that can’t be solved by just fixing leaks in a water system’s distribution mains.
Big data can overwhelm water utilities. Smart grid solutions provide a holistic view into data.
Central Arkansas Water uses virtual sensing to address disinfection by-products in its distribution system.
One of five pilot cities to implement a contaminant warning system (CWS), Philadelphia shares lessons learned and highlights functional benefits
Five U.S. cities develop comprehensive tools to detect and respond to contaminants in their water systems, demonstrating operational benefits and offering insight for other cities as they develop their own solutions.
As a community’s water storage needs change and older water tanks are removed from service, it’s important to take steps to ensure safety.
The EPA defines illicit discharges as “any discharge to a municipal separate storm sewer that is not composed entirely of stormwater.” Operators of Phase II-designated municipal separate stormwater sewer system (MS4s) are required to develop a program to detect and eliminate illicit discharges to protect receiving bodies of water.
Smart grid for water presents important opportunities for water utilities to increase and find revenue, improve financial performance and extend the in-service life of infrastructure components
Fixed network systems offer more than measuring consumption for billing
WaterISAC helps member water agencies identify risks, prepare for emergencies and secure water systems