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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...
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...
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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 ...
San Diego, CA, USA
The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is making strides in achieving our stormwater management goals through a stormwater capture and reuse system. The system helps meet stormwater discharge regulatory requirements, red...
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.
Philadelphia, PA, USA
To sustain clean, high quality drinking water to 1.6M customers, Philadelphia Water wanted to ensure affordable, customer-oriented service delivery & enhance regional watersheds. A Water Security initiative integrated multiple dat...
Soquel, CA, USA
Soquel Creek Water District aggregates and optimizes data workflow as saltwater intrusion threatens its potable water supply, state groundwater regulation increases, and regional population continues to grow.
Pismo Beach, CA, USA
The City of Pismo Beach created an actionable roadmap to define opportunities and priorities for technology and data projects. The five recommended projects will improve community engagement, transportation, and water management ...
Orange County, CA, USA
To reduce its reliance on imported water, Moulton Niguel Water District (MNWD) has heavily invested in water use efficiency and reuse as alternative sources of supply.
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.