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  • Regulation Updates For Utility Managers Documents on Water Online
    our drinking water resources Selenium Removal Technologies A Review 1 15 2016 Selenium a contaminant of concern in industries such as mining oil refining and power generation is removed from wastewater principally through either biological or chemical physical processes This article will describe those technologies several technology providers and other sources of information DOE Sets New Rule For Pump Efficiency 1 7 2016 This one s not on you plant operators Rather than a charge for utilities to aim higher in performance the latest regulation to impact water treatment operations as well as others falls on equipment manufacturers those who make pumps Texas Homeowners Beware 5 Things To Know About Groundwater Conservation Districts 1 7 2016 House Bill 1221 recently signed into Texas law requires sellers of residential real estate to disclose whether any part of a property is in a groundwater conservation district GCD or subsidence district The law affects all transfers taking place January 1 2016 or later The User s Guide To Integrated Planning 12 22 2015 The Water Environment Research Foundation WERF the research branch of the waste and stormwater industry s primary trade and lobbying group is developing a set of tools and data to help communities pursue wastewater and stormwater projects that integrate multiple disciplines while complying with regulations and keeping costs down Cool Tool The Drinking Water Treatability Database 12 17 2015 Name a contaminant any contaminant and chances are that the U S EPA s new reference tool has you covered or at least soon will The recently revamped Drinking Water Treatability Database is set to include more than 200 contaminants with detailed information on what they are where they come from and how to get rid of them Behind The Nutrient Recycling Challenge 12 8 2015 It s pretty great when

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  • Utility Management News Documents on Water Online
    Utility To Receive 1 Million For Upgrades After Violating Ammonia Emission Permit 2 12 2016 An Alaska utility may receive a 1 million government grant despite a recent environmental violation Utility Mergers Boost Expansion Efforts Decrease Financial Burden 2 12 2016 As demand grows larger and infrastructure grows older utilities are often forced to expand upgrade and renovate to keep operations running smoothly Phosphorus Mandate Could Cost Millions 2 12 2016 Wastewater plants in Ohio are fighting back against new rules around phosphorus discharge imposed by the state Carollo Engineers To Standardize On EADOC Capital Project Management Offering To Reduce Construction Management Costs 2 11 2016 Carollo Engineers and Bentley Systems recently announced that Carollo has chosen Bentley s EADOC cloud based construction management software as its corporate standard for capital project management Mexico City Infrastructure Repairs Leave Residents Dry 2 11 2016 Mexico City is undergoing infrastructure repairs and the upgrade effort has left millions of residents without running water DC Water And The Water Environment Federation Launch Development Of A National Green Infrastructure Certification Program 2 10 2016 DC Water and the Water Environment Federation WEF have signed an agreement to develop a National Green Infrastructure Certification Program aimed at promoting skilled individuals who will install inspect and maintain green infrastructure GI systems In addition the program will help support community based job creation in U S cities and establish national standards for professionals seeking to work on GI projects AMI Hits Utah City With New Headaches 2 10 2016 A municipal water utility in Utah wanted to notify customers about potential leaks But even after investing in smart meters it took years to get a good system in place so it could provide that information How Do Smart Cities Stay Smart 2 10 2016 Smart cities use

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  • 7 Steps To Water System Asset Management
    asset and performance data Existing data within a utility is often underutilized But this data will be gold when it comes time to gain public governmental and financial support Tools available today can quickly and easily pinpoint the availability and completeness of basic asset attribute data Even if key data is missing it s still possible to creatively gather supplement and leverage existing data for planning For example analyzing pump flow and related SCADA supervisory control and data acquisition data can help identify inefficiencies and opportunities for energy savings which in turn can translate into funding for other program initiatives Water main break data is commonly available and can be used to predict future performance and reduce the risk of critical failures 3 Review and set levels of service with future improvements in mind Setting levels of service can make a big impact in operational demands A maximum two hour outage can have you scrambling whereas a four hour outage may be acceptable Seemingly modest adjustments in these water and sewer service goals can greatly affect resources as well as operations and capital investment strategies Alternatively the long range plan may start with manageable goals but with milestones in place to step up to more ambitious levels of service 4 Analyze and plan to manage the risks Risk is fundamentally about the consequence and likelihood of failure typically calculated using a point scale Consequence of failure is often based on triple bottom line principles for economic social and environmental impacts Examples include direct cost to repair proximity to sensitive receiving waters critical customer outages road closures and similar considerations that can usually be readily mapped Likelihood of failure should be based on consideration of the four possible failure modes mortality efficiency level of service and capacity For example a mortality failure is one in which the asset is physically incapable of performing its function such as a sewer main collapse The consequences of this might produce multiple impacts depending on the situation If raw sewage reaches a waterway or a nearby waterbody it could impact public health If it runs under a street the failure could cause traffic delays Economic consequences could follow seepage into water or buildings An efficiency failure results when there are more cost effective and feasible alternatives such as opting for inefficient equipment motors with high energy costs In this case the consequence is generally economic Level of service issues related to an asset failure as compared to an enterprise wide level of service could include a pump that cannot achieve the required wastewater flow during peak demand times The consequence of failure could be sewer overflows that result in fines and negative environmental impacts Capacity failure could include a pump that cannot provide adequate water supply during peak periods resulting in reduced revenue 5 Develop a prioritized plan Fundamentally asset management is about change management Change management takes time Therefore it makes sense to develop a prioritized plan so that staff has the opportunity to

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  • Asset Management Documents on Water Online
    Schneider Electric Neptune Technology Group Inc Evoqua Water Technologies Veolia Water Solutions Technologies ABB Measurement Products Aclara Jacobi Carbons Endress Hauser Inc KROHNE Inc Kaeser Compressors Inc Emerson Process Management Rosemount Analytical Degremont Technologies Brentwood Industries View All Providers Asset Management Utility To Receive 1 Million For Upgrades After Violating Ammonia Emission Permit 2 12 2016 An Alaska utility may receive a 1 million government grant despite a recent environmental violation Utility Mergers Boost Expansion Efforts Decrease Financial Burden 2 12 2016 As demand grows larger and infrastructure grows older utilities are often forced to expand upgrade and renovate to keep operations running smoothly Project Engineer vs Maintenance A Valve And Pump Enclosure Tug Of War 2 3 2016 Spec a pump enclosure once live with it for years 7 Steps To Water System Asset Management 12 14 2015 A primer on developing asset management programs to support economically and environmentally sustainable water systems The Evolution Of Smart Utilities 12 3 2015 Advances in telecommunications automation and data analytics are changing the relationship between utilities and their customers The Future Of Pipeline Renewal 11 30 2015 Where is your utility when it comes to water and sewer management Leading municipalities are using GIS tools to provide direction 10 Exciting Technologies From WEFTEC 10 26 2015 Judging by WEFTEC 2015 the water industry is on a roll The Top Water Wastewater Infrastructure Projects In North America 9 3 2015 CG LA Infrastructure has released its annual Strategic 100 North America report a ranking of the highest value public projects set to move forward in the next 18 months and only nine of the 100 are from the water wastewater sector What gives The Zen Of Smart Pressure Management Calming Water Distribution Networks 6 15 2015 Over recent years water companies around

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  • Asset Management Solutions & Insights for Utility Managers Documents on Water Online
    years Betting On Biogas A Wastewater Plant s Journey 2 1 2016 The Lancaster Area Sewer Authority s LASA recent 26 8 million upgrade to its lone wastewater treatment facility promises to reduce the plant s environmental footprint and save costs by emphasizing energy efficiency and allowing for biosolids reuse The User s Guide To Integrated Planning 12 22 2015 The Water Environment Research Foundation WERF the research branch of the waste and stormwater industry s primary trade and lobbying group is developing a set of tools and data to help communities pursue wastewater and stormwater projects that integrate multiple disciplines while complying with regulations and keeping costs down 7 Steps To Water System Asset Management 12 14 2015 A primer on developing asset management programs to support economically and environmentally sustainable water systems Los Angeles Department Of Water And Power Uses GIS To Improve Water Incident Management 12 3 2015 While utilities use sophisticated systems to supply clean water as well as collect and treat wastewater the effort to manage incidents and outages leaves room for improvement Water utilities often rely on manual processes to handle customer reports of leaks loss of service or quality issues The Evolution Of Smart Utilities 12 3 2015 Advances in telecommunications automation and data analytics are changing the relationship between utilities and their customers System Planning For Water Utilities 12 2 2015 The water sector is one of the most capital intensive utilities in the U S more so than other regulated utilities such as electric gas and telecommunications Capital investment and upgrades will continue to be needed well into the future to replace deteriorating infrastructure address new and more stringent regulatory requirements and adjust to shifts and growth in population The Future Of Pipeline Renewal 11 30 2015 Where is your utility

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  • Aftermarket Services
    Labor Resiliency SCADA Automation Source Water All Source Water Contamination Desalination Water Scarcity Water Reuse Regulations and Legislation Providers YSI a Xylem brand Hach Company Schneider Electric Neptune Technology Group Inc Evoqua Water Technologies Veolia Water Solutions Technologies ABB Measurement Products Aclara Jacobi Carbons Endress Hauser Inc KROHNE Inc Kaeser Compressors Inc Emerson Process Management Rosemount Analytical Degremont Technologies Brentwood Industries View All Providers Product Service Aftermarket Services Source Pall Corporation Protect your investment right from the start with Pall PRO Services including problem free installation and commissioning preventative maintenance service agreements and spare parts management programs Get the performance you need every day year after year Contact The Supplier Click Here To Download Pall PRO Health Check Services Redundant Mobile Control Center Maximizes Plant Operating Efficiencies For The City Of Geneva NY Renew your system extend its lifespan and minimize or avoid large capital expenditures with Pall PRO Services upgrades and retrofits Whether it s changes in feed water or process demands system aging or outdated components Pall engineers and technicians are equipped with the latest technology and software and are ready to support the changes your system requires for optimum performance Optimize performance year after year with Pall PRO Services inspections audits and optimizations Pall PRO Services can identify and resolve technical issues before they impact production and ensure that system performance reliability uptime and operating costs continue to meet your expectations as they did when your system was new Keep up to date on the latest membrane news and Pall updates by signing up for the PALL newsletter Need More Information Just Ask Click the button below to directly contact the supplier Use it to Ask a question Request more detailed information or literature Discuss your current project application Request a quote Locate a distributor in your

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  • CT2211 Leak Detection System
    Desalination Water Scarcity Water Reuse Regulations and Legislation Providers YSI a Xylem brand Hach Company Schneider Electric Neptune Technology Group Inc Evoqua Water Technologies Veolia Water Solutions Technologies ABB Measurement Products Aclara Jacobi Carbons Endress Hauser Inc KROHNE Inc Kaeser Compressors Inc Emerson Process Management Rosemount Analytical Degremont Technologies Brentwood Industries View All Providers Product Service CT2211 Leak Detection System Source Emerson Process Management Rosemount The European Commission s Aerosol Dispensers Directive ADD legislation UN ADR 2013 75 324 EEC mandates that aerosol dispensers and small receptacles containing compressed gas gas cartridges must pass a leak proof test before they are transported Cascade s CT2211 leak detection system detects and rejects leaking aerosol cans up to a rate of 500 cans per minute The system is contactless ensuring minimal product damage or contamination With the increasing number of safety and quality standards required Cascade s CT2211 will ensure current and future regulatory compliance Contact The Supplier Click Here To Download CT2211 Leak Detection System Datasheet Need More Information Just Ask Click the button below to directly contact the supplier Use it to Ask a question Request more detailed information or literature Discuss your current project application Request a quote Locate

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  • Utility Management Products and Services Documents on Water Online
    ATV600 7 16 2015 ATV600 is a range of ready to order drives and custom engineered drives focused on fluids management processing and energy saving CT2211 Leak Detection System 6 3 2015 The European Commission s Aerosol Dispensers Directive ADD legislation UN ADR 2013 75 324 EEC mandates that aerosol dispensers and small receptacles containing compressed gas gas cartridges must pass a leak proof test before they are transported Cascade s CT2211 leak detection system detects and rejects leaking aerosol cans up to a rate of 500 cans per minute The system is contactless ensuring minimal product damage or contamination With the increasing number of safety and quality standards required Cascade s CT2211 will ensure current and future regulatory compliance Traveling Bridge Clarifiers 5 1 2015 Traveling bridge clarifiers perform the same functions as circular clarifiers Both water and wastewater applications are served by this bridge system including both primary and secondary clarification AccuGrid Surface Grating 4 28 2015 AccuGrid protective grating provides a strong interlocking non skid surface on top of tube settler and trickling filter media As a cost effective alternative to other walkway systems it covers the entire media surface for complete access to the distribution system AccuGrid also improves safety by eliminating trip hazards through its surefoot tread design and locking tabs that maintain panel alignment Process Design Assistance 4 28 2015 Brentwood s full staff of technical designers and skilled engineers take each project from concept to realization Our designers provide installation and layout drawings while working in conjunction with our engineers to perform process analyses and optimize systems for each application The experience of our engineers is a key factor in product improvement and new product development Feedback from customers and knowledge gained from installations are assimilated into the design process to ensure that

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