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Pittsburgh, PA, USA
LCR Compliance, Lead Service Line Replacement and Customer Requests exponentially increased the number of point of use water quality tests the Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority needed to execute.120WaterAudit's software, kits and...
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...
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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...
Sacramento, CA, USA
Use Reliability Centered Design/Maintenance to improve design, reduce labor and operating cost projections, and streamline maintenance and asset management during a major process expansion.
West Dundee, IL 60118, USA
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 system operational data. Staff then spent 4-20 hours per month typing data into spre...
Edmonton, AB, Canada
EPCOR, which provides municipal drinking & wastewater treatment services to City of Edmonton, harnesses automation & real-time data to increase operational efficiency and deliver of essential services. The water analytics system i...
Milwaukee, WI, USA
Comprehensive localized green infrastructure strategies across public and private properties to combat flooding.
San Antonio, TX, USA
A “conservation first” approach that treats conservation as a source of water supply. This includes three primary strategies: (1) education and outreach, (2) financial incentives, and (3) reasonable regulation.
Cincinnati, OH, USA
Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) has had a very successful program to control the corrosion of lead for many years. However, the Flint crisis, along with a desire to enable the removal of lead plumbing versus continued mitig...
Camden, NJ, USA
The proper operation and maintenance of Camden’s sewer system is an important component of its efforts to mitigate CSOs and flooding. The results are instructive for those seeking low-cost technology-based controls for reducing th...