WEBCASTS


OnDemand Webcasts

Water Works: Investing Together for a Stronger America

Originally Broadcasted on September 15, 2014

This webcast will feature water leaders, public and private, from across America who will discuss how investment in water infrastructure puts people to work and builds a stronger nation.

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Consumer Engagement for AMI -- Overcoming the 'Last Mile' Challenge

Originally Broadcasted on September 11, 2014

In this webcast, sponsored by Neptune Technology Group, we will discuss the drivers behind consumer engagement using customer web portals, the benefits and challenges to various approaches, and possible strategies for getting there.

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Automated phosphorus monitoring and treatment control meet highest standards for water protection

Originally Broadcasted on June 26, 2014

In this webcast, sponsored by the Hach Company you will hear about how the utility chose a sophisticated automatic monitoring and control solution, the Real-Time Control System for Phosphorus Removal (RTC-P) from Hach Company, to help optimize treatment and enable efficient water recovery. Water Reclamation Facility Administrator Dave Commons will explain how the solution routinely helps the utility save on treatment costs, and how it has proven its worth by detecting and correcting a treatment system upset—and allowing uninterrupted compliance with the facility’s daily total phosphorus discharge limit. Since installation, the system has saved significant treatment costs, including more than a 50% reduction in ferric chloride usage.

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Workforce Productivity Without Hiring: MMSD and Veolia implement Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Management Solution using Doc Palmer’s best practices for planning and scheduling

Originally Broadcasted on June 24, 2014

In this webcast, you will learn about the techniques, tools and processes MMSD and Veolia used to increase work productivity, reduce work backlog, and improve asset reliability at its water recovery plants with Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Management solution. Highlighted will be Doc Palmer’s maintenance planning and scheduling principles used to drive change within the organization, along with tools that reduce many of the burdensome aspects of planning and scheduling. Also learn how to leverage your CMMS system and KPI’s to improve work practices and drive permanent, positive change.

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