As one of the nation's largest waterworks companies, Ferguson Waterworks offers municipalities a reliable coast-to-coast network of 194 locations and 1,600 highly trained associates. The company’s relationships with the industry's top vendors mean on-time delivery, unmatched support and ...
In an effort to combat drought and save water through hourly meter reading, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has installed the STAR network from Aclara.
The Smart Cities Council recently announced that it has added Clevest Solutions Inc. as an Associate Parner
Regulatory agencies must provide documentation regarding the quality of the water to ensure it meets the Surface Water Treatment Rule for the water leaving water-processing facilities. They cannot, however, guarantee the water quality as it enters our homes and businesses, because contamination can ...
In the United States, the systems that collect, treat, and deliver water are deteriorating at an alarming rate. Many of these systems were built a century ago and they are reaching the end of their useful lives.
Black & Veatch recently published its fourth annual Strategic Directions report, where it identified aging infrastructure as the No. 1 challenge facing water and wastewater utilities. Over the past four years, the report has emerged as a way to benchmark the challenges -- and opportunities -- in ...
Aging infrastructure is the number one challenge facing water utilities. Aclara CEO Alan Connolly shares his thoughts on how advanced metering can play a role in addressing and solving the aging infrastructure problem.
Cindy Wallis-Lage, president of Black & Veatch's water business, discusses the fourth annual Strategic Directions report, which identifies the top challenges facing the water industry.
Gene Koontz, president elect of AWWA, discusses some of the major initiatives on the association's agenda, including funding, aging infrastructure, and attracting new talent to the water industry.
Managing operations, aging infrastructure, availability of funding and managing capital costs are among the top five concerns cited by U.S. water utilities in a recent survey. But advanced automation, technology and data analytics are changing water utility operations and management. In fact, the ...
New research from Frost & Sullivan indicates that with rising urbanization and a large quantum of capital investment needed to implement projects, market participants are carrying out innovative solutions and new financing methods to develop existing network infrastructure.
Senator Tom Udall and Representative Donna Edwards reintroduced legislation to provide critical support for innovative stormwater strategies, improving the nation's ability to effectively manage polluted runoff and sewage overflows while relieving pressure on aging infrastructure.