Wachs Water awarded condition assessment contracts for Mid-Atlantic distribution systems

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BUFFALO GROVE, IL, May 20, 2014 -- Today, Wachs Water Services, a provider of water distribution system asset management solutions, announced it has been awarded several multi-year contracts (valuing approximately $10 million) to perform condition assessment services in water distribution systems throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

Clients include the Metropolitan Water District of Baltimore City and County, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, and the City of Rehoboth Beach. Much of this work will be performed with several established key partnerships that include D/MBE certified firms in the Mid-Atlantic province.

Wachs Water Services helps utilities overcome current and future water distribution challenges by offering a full range of services required to cost-effectively manage their water distribution systems including: valve management and hydrant management, pipeline condition assessment, leak detection, and GIS/CMMS mapping solutions. 

See also:

"Unidirectional Flushing: An Asset Management Program with Long-Term Benefits"

"EPA Regional Focus: Spotlight on the Mid-Atlantic"


About Wachs Water Services

Wachs Water Services is a provider of water distribution and wastewater collection system asset management solutions that dramatically improve the efficiency and effectiveness of water and wastewater networks. The approach combines condition assessment and rehabilitation services for water assets with the capture and integration of GIS information. For more information, visit www.wachsws.com.

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