Post Tagged with: "June 2022 Print Issue"

Getting Resilient: City of Phoenix Utilizes Insertion Valve to Strengthen Operations

Getting Resilient: City of Phoenix Utilizes Insertion Valve to Strengthen Operations

July 18, 2022 at 7:08 am 0 comments

By Dave Shelton Being responsible for providing safe drinking water to approximately 1.5 million people is no easy task, but the City of Phoenix Water Service Department remains up for the challenge. As part of its ongoing efforts, the water service department is always looking for effective solutions to ensureRead More

Reducing Water Loss at a World-Class Resort

Reducing Water Loss at a World-Class Resort

July 8, 2022 at 6:09 am 0 comments

British Columbia Municipality Takes Proactive Approach to Water Loss, Pairing Inline and External Leak Detection Solutions By Justin Hebner & Chris Wike The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is nestled in the scenic Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. When RMOW was incorporated in 1975, fewer than 1,000 people livedRead More

Examining the Economic Feasibility of Digital Twins

Examining the Economic Feasibility of Digital Twins

June 27, 2022 at 6:00 am 0 comments

By Sandra DiMatteo From aging infrastructure and changing environmental regulations to funding gaps and climate-fueled natural disasters, water utilities around the globe face a range of problems in their effort to deliver reliable and affordable water to their communities. Their potential solutions are similarly wide-ranging, from stimulus grants and conservationRead More

Transmission Line Condition Assessment

Transmission Line Condition Assessment

June 24, 2022 at 1:06 pm 0 comments

How Best Practices Discussed in ASCE’s MOP 134 Are Essential to Both Condition Assessment and Asset Management Personnel By George Ruchti In the early morning hours of August 19, 2000, a natural gas transmission pipeline ruptured and ignited in New Mexico killing 12 people camping nearby. The rupture was determinedRead More

Transforming Water: Pure Water Soquel Embraces One Water Approach

Transforming Water: Pure Water Soquel Embraces One Water Approach

June 20, 2022 at 8:51 am 0 comments

By Melanie Mow Schumacher, Dave Carlson & Ashu Shirolkar Water management strategies tend to evolve gradually with slowly changing community needs. That’s rare in California, where continued population growth and prolonged drought exacerbated by climate change have sparked dramatic change, through initiatives such as the Pure Water San Diego programRead More