Aquify technology immediately found a leak that was spilling 720,000 gallons of treated drinking water per day into a storm sewer.
As a young student, I would have loved a report card that came out only once every four years. But if I had one, I would have hoped for something better than a C-minus. The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) issued its quadrennial Report Card for America’s Infrastructure, using an A-to-F school report card format. […]
On this World Water Day, anyone interested in the future of U.S. water utilities should run (not walk) – to get a copy of the report The Digital Capabilities of US Water Utilities SmartMarket Brief by Dodge Data & Analytics and Bentley. It takes a detailed look at the readiness of municipal water systems to fully engage […]
Even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, managing water loss has continued to be a high priority for many utilities as they work to comply with state regulatory pressures to lower and account for non-revenue water and meet sustainability goals. The Village of Skokie, Illinois, who recently announced a strategic investment in an innovative, cost-efficient responsive analytics […]
Following a year of unprecedented changes and challenges for water utilities, Bluefield Research recently released a forecast in WaterWorld outlining what we can expect to see in the water industry in 2021. Among the top trends they are watching across municipal water includes new business models that are expanding the customer base for digital water […]