How Wastewater Treatment Plants Work?

What Is Wastewater Treatment? Wastewater management is one of the most cost-effective pollution control methods, yielding a superb return on investment for the environment. Effectively treating wastewater is a necessary component in minimizing waterborne illness – protecting human health and the environment in the process. The United States has a …

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What is Hydropower & Where Does it Come From?

  SOURCE PDF: What is Hydropower? (Infographic) – High Tide Technologies   Hydropower Explained Hydropower is a renewable energy source that converts flowing water into electricity. Turbine rotors are connected to generators and when water flows through them, causing them to spin— the generators create electricity. There are three main …

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Case Study: Advanced Water Leak Detection Solution

Custom zone metering from High Tide Technologies gives Dickson County Water Authority advanced water leak detection capabilities in isolated areas – saving time and money Location: Dickson, TN Products: HTT-1100 units with custom 60-watt solar panels Utility: Water Authority of Dickson County Distributor: WASCON Inc.   Overview: Water Authority of …

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Water Infrastructure Act of 2018

In September of 2018, the House and U.S. Senate were able to come together and reach an agreement on America’s water infrastructure. The lawmakers committed to legislation known as America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018. On October 23, 2018, President Donald Trump signed this into law and enacting nationwide policies …

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Water Meter SCADA System

Water Resource Management for Utilities Water resource management is not only environmentally conscious, but it’s also fiscally responsible. For water utilities, minimizing water waste is a major concern that can drastically affect the bottom line. For them, water is money, meaning water leaks are literally money down the drain. Proper …

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Cases of Red Tide in Florida Worsen

The Red Tide in Florida is a (somewhat) naturally occurring phenomenon along Florida’s Gulf Coast. The cause of Red Tide is a microscopic life form called, Karenia Brevis. It is a single-celled algae that survives on photosynthesis. Its naturally thriving nature, along with human negligence, has allowed it to compromise …

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E/One Partners with High Tide Technologies for Sentry Advisor 2.0

Client Portal Adds New Dimension for Sewer System Operators E/One partners with High Tide Technologies to strengthen telemetry monitoring capabilities of ALL-TERRAIN SEWER™   New Orleans, LA: WEFTEC is the Water Environment Federation Technical Exposition & Conference. It is the largest annual water quality event in the world. At this …

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Maximizing Grinder Pumps with SCADA Monitoring

Water and wastewater management are some of the most important considerations for a home or building. As the average US citizen uses about 125 gallons of water per day, these water-management systems are working non-stop to keep up with our daily lives. Any hiccup or malfunction can mean serious trouble …

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A Comprehensive Overview of Freshwater Usage in the United States

Freshwater is vital to human survival. Our ancestors had the keen awareness that it was strategically advantageous to settle near rivers. This understanding drove the transition from tribes of early hunter-gatherers into civilization as we know it. Along with being a consistent source of drinkable water, rivers provide fertile land …

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Sioux Falls Invests in Wastewater Infrastructure Reform

In Sioux Falls, Mayor Paul TenHaken is looking to step forward with a massive infrastructure project in conjunction with the Public Health Department. The project will revamp and upgrade the city’s wastewater treatment plant infrastructure. Dedicating $260 million to the project, the mayor cited that the city’s utility apparatus would …

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