More stories about Security

  • Thermal video cameras' potential

    The benefits of integrating thermography with SCADA and other process-monitoring systems for water and wastewater operations.

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  • Locked Out

    Ten years ago, security at most mid-sized water treatment plants was little more than a locked door. Today, water and wastewater utilities are doing their best to protect the vulnerabilities of systems that spread out over literally millions of miles.

  • Thirst Quenching in Dry Times

    The most critical issues facing drinking water managers involve infrastructure repair and replacement, business factors, regulatory matters, water resources, and the workforce.

  • Bringing on new plant

    Ask anyone who's created a new water treatment plant or revamped an existing one, and you'll likely hear about the complexities. What the Earth Tech team has learned about designing in quality for this new operation may help your city succeed.

  • Water Security Congress Announced

    On the eve of the 10th anniversary of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building terrorist bombing, security experts, water utility managers, and emergency responders will gather in Oklahoma City to confront issues related to the security of water supplies and infrastructure. The event will be held...