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Apparently, You’re Losing Water…and Money

Apparently, You’re Losing Water…and Money

June 23, 2017 at 1:29 pm 0 comments

Understanding and Addressing Apparent Losses to Better Manage Non-Revenue Water By John Van Arsdel Water utilities are faced with water loss issues that have long lasting impacts on their ability to function properly and efficiently and its ability to derive revenue from what it does daily. The very basics ofRead More

Technology Stream — ACE17 Preview

Technology Stream — ACE17 Preview

June 5, 2017 at 10:50 am 0 comments

The American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) 2017 Annual Conference & Exposition (ACE17), being held June 11-14 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, is one of the largest water industry tradeshows in the calendar year in North America. The year’s technical program will include more than 900 expert presenters inRead More

Technology Stream — Spotlight on Condition Assessment

Technology Stream — Spotlight on Condition Assessment

April 4, 2017 at 7:00 am 0 comments

Editor’s Note: Check out some of the innovative products sent our way this month as we feature condition assessment technology. GraniteNet – The Next Generation Asset-Inspection and Decision Support Software GraniteNet is the next-generation infrastructure inspection and decision support software for water, wastewater, stormwater and municipal public works asset management. WhetherRead More

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

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