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  • Volume 39, Issue 2, March 2023


    Building Trust in the Truth

    March 21, 2023
    By now, I am certain you are aware of the Norfolk Southern East Palestine Train Derailment. A train carrying a number of hazardous chemicals derailed Feb. 3 in Eastern Ohio, creating...
    Installing sensors on or near hard-to-reach assets can be bypassed by analyzing current and voltage signals of sensors within motor control cabinets.
    Smart Water Utility

    Preventing unplanned downtime and pollution incidents for Anglian Water

    March 20, 2023
    Anglian Water leverages AI-based technology to achieve up to £425k in cost savings.
    With its source water coming from an open water reservoir, SWD faced the challenge of uncontrolled algae growth.

    Syracuse Department of Water mitigates algae with ultrasonic technology

    March 20, 2023
    This water supplier's investment in sound wave resonance replaces decades of applying copper sulfate in an open drinking water reservoir.
    Asset management can help a utility’s culture by helping develop a strong, data-driven organizational identity.
    Asset Management

    Organizational culture and the benefits of asset management

    March 20, 2023
    How asset management supports organizational culture and fosters empowered employees.
    On an average day, the lab conducts 10 to 15 tests for operations. Laptops are positioned at the different sampling and analyzing stations for ease of access.
    Smart Water Utility

    San Luis Obispo water quality lab breaks down data silos and saves time by going digital

    March 20, 2023
    The city’s lab, which provides process control and regulatory analysis of wastewater treatment at the Water Resource Recovery Facility, breaks down data silos and saves time by...
    FKAA’s goal is to replace the entire transmission main of its 130-mile-long system.

    Innovation is key to creating a fully redundant, climate-resistant water system

    March 20, 2023
    The Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority's commitment to being proactive and acceptance of innovation propel future growth and resilience.

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    The latest technology can help achieve a deeper understanding of PFAS

    Feb. 16, 2023
    How the latest tools and techniques are being used to protect waterways by helping analyze the nation’s known and unknown PFAS.