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Enabling the Next-Generation Operator In Today’s Connected World

Written by Terry Biederman

There is no shortage of data in most water and wastewater utilities today.  Conversely, there’s usually too much data from too many systems, making collaboration and analysis nearly impossible.  Connected data and software platforms can help reduce operational variability, energy, and chemical usage, and the overall cost of operations while ensuring quality water for customers and consistent regulatory compliance.

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Age-old water and sewer infrastructure in Washington DC: My thoughts on yesterday’s Washington Post article

Written by Alan Hinchman

I couldn’t have said it better.

The Washington Post wrote an article yesterday about the aging water and sewer infrastructure in Washington, DC.  The urgency of this problem is literally buried underground with pipes from the 19th century.  Infrastructure modernization usually happens after a problem arises.

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Water Security – Part 2

Written by Martin Byars

Part of the Our Water Counts mission statement is Water is Life.  This means, among other things, that water security is of vital importance.  Reading the entry on Water Security from Ron Steiger highlights the dangers we face.  And to quote another author, these issues pose ‘A Clear and Present Danger’.

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