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  • Glendale Heights, IL fills gaps in historical data and simplifies their IEPA submission process

    Glendale Heights, IL, USA

    Water system operators in Glendale Heights, IL have used paper to manually capture and report their data for decades. This left data gaps between employee turnover and created inefficiencies with IEPA report submissions. They soug...

    Utility rates
    Utilities Superintendent
  • Crowdfunding Capital for Sustainable Wastewater P3 Project in Los Fresnos, TX

    Los Fresnos, TX 78566, USA

    Community-based capital from local investors is being raised to fund The Los Fresnos Project - a sustainable wastewater treatment P3 project proposed by Skillicorn Technologies. The project intends to turn the City of Los Fresno's...

    Innovative Finance
    Public Works Commissioner
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    Improved Efficiency of Water Quality Management with Data Integration for Faster Decision-Making

    Riverside, CA, USA

    Riverside Public Utilities (RPU) was using several software programs to manage their data, leaving it siloed and isolated. Using a new integration tool, RPU was able to centralize thousands of data points on a customizable dashbo...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Water Quality Administrator
  • Sustaining Urban Drinking Water Supply, from Source through City

    San Francisco, CA, USA

    City & County of San Francisco monitor data from an expansive water distribution system spanning rural watersheds and urban service areas. Time-series data are continuously collected from sampling and SCADA systems. Water balance ...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    SF Water
  • Improved Water Quality and More Field Time Due to a 97% Reduction in Office Admin Work

    Marin County, CA, USA

    Maintaining safe drinking water for communities is the singular focus of the local water district team. Staff was able to cut office administration by 97% and focus their efforts in the field— not the office by managing their mult...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Supervisor, Reclamation & Backflow
  • Rural Town of Edinburgh, IN improves water operations by reducing manual operations

    Edinburgh, IN 46124, USA

    Edinburgh, Indiana is a small town of about 5000 people, with four potable water wells, and a water treatment plant. They take water quality seriously and were looking to improve the manual process they had been using to manage th...

    Utility rates
    Water Superintendent
  • MN Water District and High School Collaborate on Stormwater and Education

    Forest Lake, MN, USA

    A common goal was discovered between multiple organizations in the Forest Lake area to improve both stormwater reuse and stormwater education. The partnership that developed ultimately created a curriculum to teach students about ...

    State and local grants
    Forest Lake Area Schools
  • Closed Loop Water Infrastructure at the San Diego International Airport

    San Diego, CA, USA

    The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, the agency that manages the day-to-day operations of San Diego International Airport (SAN), is pursuing an integrated approach to managing water quality, water use, and flood resili...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Philanthropic grants
    San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
  • Asset, Process and Workforce Reliability Improvements

    San Francisco Bay Area, CA, USA

    This project includes developing solutions for workforce reliability and staff retention, process control improvements and reduced materials use, and asset reliability programs. The end result will be a holistic asset management p...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Regional Water Agency Leadership
  • Local Districts across Great Lakes Manage Water Quality & Flooding Risks in Cost-effective Co-op

    London, ON, Canada

    Ontario law establishes 36 Conservation Authorities (CAs) to manage natural resources & environmental health on a per watershed basis. About 20 CAs have formed 2 hubs that manage the full spectrum of data, provide access to IT in...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Water District