Mueller Water Products Recognized for Best Smart Water Solution
October 03, 2014

Mueller Water Products Inc. recently received the 2014 Best Smart Water Product or Solution award at the inaugural Smart Water Summit in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., the company announced.

Johnson Foundation at Wingspread to Release Report at WEFTEC
September 23, 2014

Since 2008, an alliance between leading businesses, farmers and environmental non-governmental organizations has worked to positively affect the way we use and consume water.

Weathered But Resilient
September 10, 2014

The East Bank Wastewater Treatment Plant (EBWWTP) in New Orleans has weathered its fair share of challenges. Some of the most obvious were the damages sustained as a result of Hurricane Katrina, which pushed a wall of water in front of it that submerged everything in its path.

The Next Wave of Communications
September 10, 2014

In 2012, the Lynnwood (Wash.) Water & Sewer Utility updated its 20-year-old SCADA system with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and Ethernet communications. The existing “telemetry” computer was an 80386 PC running SCADA software installed sometime around 1990.

City of La Palma Selects Smart Water Network Software
August 20, 2014

IDModeling Inc. has been selected by the city of La Palma, Calif., to deploy its flagship smart water network software, Sedaru.

Netherlands Water Supplier to Receive Water Meters
August 12, 2014

Itron Inc. signed a four-year contract to supply water meters to Evides Waterbedrijf, water supplier to 2.5 million customers in the Western Netherlands. The utility will use Itron’s AMI-ready volumetric water meters to accurately and reliably manage water delivery to residential customers.

Enterprise Management
July 11, 2014

Bristol Water, a water supply company responsible for providing water to 1.2 million consumers in and around the Bristol, England, area, needed a way to help monitor its performance and meet increasing challenges presented by the U.K.’s Traffic Management Act (TMA).

Report Explores Water Security in Water-Scarce Regions
May 20, 2014

Water sector leaders need to develop a persuasive story about the potential severity of future water shortages, the consequences of a business-as-usual approach to water supply and demand planning, and the benefits of new water supply options, according to a Charting New Waters report released... read more

Installed Base of Smart Water Meters to Surpass $153 Million by 2022
March 24, 2014

Traditionally a conservative business, the water utility industry is being forced into change by growing demand, aging infrastructure and tougher environmental targets. Smart water networks promise to help reduce non-revenue water losses, increase reliability and improve operational efficiency... read more

Report Explores Resiliency of Water, Electric Utilities
November 21, 2013

Technological innovations and enhanced energy efficiency offer opportunities for utilities to significantly reduce or eliminate their net energy use while also achieving greater nutrient recovery and more efficient use of water itself, according to a Charting New Waters report released by The... read more

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