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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Automated Reporting For Wastewater Operators

It is no secret that automating processes leads to efficiency. When machines do things by themselves, they perform tasks faster, better, and with almost no errors. This is what leads to increased productivity and much lower costs of production. This tenant holds true for almost every discipline under the sun …

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Trump Tariffs Will Affect the Water & Wastewater Industries

Trump Tariffs are disrupting different industries across the US and might force the economy to recession if the US President continues issuing tariffs threats. The country’s trade partners are forming a retaliation that results to global trade conflict. Trump argues that the tariffs on items like washing machines, water equipment, …

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The Expanding SCADA Marketplace

The global marketplace for SCADA monitoring has expanded exponentially over the last several years and continues to grow at a competitive rate. More and more water treatment and wastewater treatment plants are recognizing the value of cloud-based SCADA monitoring, and paying the upfront cost to upgrade their systems with the …

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An Avoidable Accident at a Water Treatment Plant

Accidental Keystroke Leads to Water Crisis “To err is human.” A true statement that is often followed by a domino effect of major consequences. The Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA) in Chapel Hill, NC recently experienced first-hand how a slight mistake can lead to a “worst-case scenario”. The municipal …

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SCADA Systems: Best Defense Against Sewage Leaks

Recently in Milwaukee, there was an overnight sewage leak at Wisconsin’s largest water treatment plant. According to an article in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewage District workers spotted a pool of untreated sewage on the surface at the Jones Island treatment plant, and an undetermined amount of sewage ended …

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