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Limited stormwater conveyance and subsequent ponding may require traffic control beyond that required for operator safety.  Courtesy of Susan Fenhaus

M.E. Simpson, Echologics launch partnership

January 23, 2017 at 10:22 am 0 comments

M.E. Simpson Co. and Echologics recently launched a new partnership that introduces new services in transmission main leak detection and pipeline condition assessment. Utilizing Echologics’ EchoShore-M system, M.E. Simpson will be able to provide transmission main leak detection and water loss control services to help utilities and municipalities reduce non-revenue waterRead More

By more efficiently identifying contributors to non-revenue water, such as system leaks, aging assets and unauthorized usage, utilities can reduce operational expenses and uncover new revenue streams.

New York Utility Takes On Massive Leak with Smart Water Technology

December 5, 2016 at 11:55 am 0 comments

It took only a few days for Bolton Point Water System in Ithaca, N.Y., to see the results of its new Sensus smart water technology. As data started flooding in, the utility noticed that one home went from using no water to running 100 gallons per hour over the courseRead More

Echologics field engineers install a permanent leak detection node to monitor a critical water transmission main for the development of leaks during construction pile driving activity near the main.

Water Main Leak Monitoring for Construction Risk Mitigation

October 10, 2016 at 8:30 am 0 comments

  By David Stewart Jones Pulling the manhole cover aside, the team of pipeline leak-detection specialists from Echologics looked down into the flooded underground chamber below. A local water utility crew pumped water from the chamber, slowly revealing valves and pipe fittings connected to a pair of underground 36-in. diameter cast-ironRead More

Out-of-this-World Leak Detection

Out-of-this-World Leak Detection

April 1, 2016 at 9:00 am 0 comments

New technology solutions are being introduced to the U.S. market to address water loss, including one revolutionary method that detects non-revenue water leaks by analyzing spectral images from satellites.