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Energy Management

U.S. Water Alliance to lead GHG tracking project for the water sector

Dec. 7, 2023
The alliance was selected by the Water Research Foundation to lead a project to enable water utilities to quantify climate impacts and measure progress toward net-zero emissions...
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Drinking Water

Drought conditions expanding across North Carolina

Nov. 21, 2023
Nine counties in North Carolina are under the highest category of drought advisory, Extreme Drought (D3), while portions of 30 counties are in the Severe Drought (D2) category...

How smaller water systems can prepare for EPA’s LSL inventory deadline

Nov. 20, 2023
Kristy McGrath, vice president of sales at BlueConduit, explains the company’s partnership with Esri and EPA’s lead service line inventory deadline.
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New London, Connecticut lead service lane replacement breaks ground

Nov. 20, 2023
The City of New London’s Lead Service line Replacement Program will identify and eliminate lead service lines, with Arcadis serving as program manager.
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Water Utility Management

Automated dam monitoring improves Yuba Water Agency’s risk assessment

Nov. 17, 2023
Modernizing the legacy dam monitoring system of New Bullards Bar Dam helped Yuba Water Agency to improve its risk assessment.
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Distribution system modeling makes transients a problem of the past

A rural water system uses distribution system modeling software to better operate and maintain its assets.