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Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Safer roads with the conversion of 6,800 roadway lights to LED technology
Upgrade of 6,800 HID roadway lighting luminaires with high luminous efficacy LED technology of up to 130 lm/W, to improve road safety and public safet...
5 Million USD
Department of Municipal Public Services
Using Data to Increase Recycling & Engage Residents
The City of Buffalo significantly increased recycling tonnages and reduced waste by utilizing readily available city data streams, industry-first data...
40 Thousand USD
Department of Public Works: Refuse and Recycling
Reduce operating cost with reliability centered design/maintenance strategies
Use Reliability Centered Design/Maintenance to improve design, reduce labor and operating cost projections, and streamline maintenance and asset manag...
3 Million USD
Operations and Maintenance departments at the Regional Facility
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Real-time sanitary sewer flow monitoring optimizes service, enables surveillance for public health
EPCOR, which provides municipal drinking & wastewater treatment services to the City of Edmonton, harnesses automation & real-time data to increase op...
280 Thousand USD
West Dundee, IL
Suburban community eliminates paper in water & wastewater operations
The Village of West Dundee, IL is an 8,000 person NW suburb of Chicago that had been using reams of paper for decades to collect and manage water syst...
Zero Upfront Cost
Director of Public Works
Glendale Heights, IL
Glendale Heights, IL fills gaps in historical data and simplifies their IEPA submission process
Water system operators in Glendale Heights, IL have used paper to manually capture and report their data for decades. This left data gaps between empl...
Zero Upfront Cost
Rural Town of Edinburgh, IN improves water operations by reducing manual operations
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...
2.5 Thousand USD
Memphis overhauls aging sewer system to support economic growth
The City of Memphis, TN was ordered to modernize its aging sewer system after it leaked sewage into waterways and homes. Through its 10-year Sewer Ass...
Department of Public Works
Point of Use Drinking Water Testing for Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) Compliance, Lead Service Line Replacement (LSLR) and Customer Request Programs
LCR Compliance, Lead Service Line Replacement and Customer Requests exponentially increased the number of point of use water quality tests the Pittsbu...
600 Thousand USD
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority, Pittsburgh Mayors Office