Water & Sanitation

kamikatzu waste project
Zero waste project in Kamikatzu, Japan. Photo by Robert Gilhooly / Alamy
October 30, 2018

In 2003, an inland municipality with only 1,700 inhabitants faced a major challenge: the central government, concerned about the negative consequences for the environment, decided to ban the open waste burning.

accelicity winners leading cities
October 16, 2018

Earlier this year, Leading Cities, a global network for Smart City growth and collaboration, has launched a global Smart City startup accelerator program that provides potential capital from a network of investors as well as the tools and knowledge of how to do business with cities.

March 20, 2018 | Jamie Tuccolo

Nor’easters in Massachusetts are routine. They happen most winters and often dump heavy snow throughout the region. No big deal. No one, however, was prepared for the winter of 2015.

September 19, 2017 | Dan Pinney

Water utilities are under continuing pressure that stems from growing demand, water stress, fluctuating energy prices and aging water systems. Smart water technologies offer utilities the ability to improve cost and gain revenue advantages by enhancing operational efficiency.

SWAN 7th Annual Conference Twee-cap
June 23, 2017 | Michael Meyer

On May 9 and 10, 2017, London’s Tower Hotel hosted the 7th Annual SWAN Conference.

June 06, 2017

While streetlight sensors and smart meters are making huge waves above ground, the Internet of Things is having just as big of an impact underground.

Water Infrastructure Spending To Dramatically Increase
July 05, 2016

Look for a “surge of network upgrades” in capital expenditures for municipal water and wastewater utilities in the United States over the next 9 years. That is the projection from Bluefield Research.

May 24, 2016

U.S. water infrastructure is suffering from a “culture of neglect.”

February 08, 2016

Miami-Dade County recently announced that the Miami –Dade Public Works Department and Miami-Dade Transit Department merged into one new department: The Department of Public Works and Transportation.

January 10, 2016
Smart water technology can save billions — here’s how
 
Overlay Init

Curated By Logo