Major water, sewer utility goes all-digital
After a cloud-based mapping program cut project costs 10%, one of the nation’s largest utilities is deploying its paper-based fieldwork system with a mobile workforce management system.
What you missed in New Orleans last week
As if the city itself weren't enough, products were promoted and achievements...
Public art lights West Hollywood's streets
A California city is illuminating one of its boulevards with an art installation...
KMS retrofits Del Rio, TX water treatment plant with Targa II Hollow Fiber UF Cartridges
Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. has announced that it has successfully started-up the initial phase of its retrofit to the ultrafiltration system at the City of Del Rio’s water treatment plant located in Del Rio, Texas.
Water leaders rally for investment
It's all part of the WaterWorks! campaign to strengthen the nation’s water infrastructure.
Cummins claims up to 80 percent drop in carbon dioxide emissions
Cummins Inc. has developed an engine and powertrain that reduce carbon dioxide...
Improving drivers' vision
Industry has developed devices to either improve vision or to alert drivers to...
Saving future tax dollars with alternative energy projects
Small city in Minnesota is the first in the state to implement a public-private...
Crossing the fault
A “floating” water transmission line is designed to survive up to 6.5 feet of...
A regional plan for seismic security
What would you do if your 70-year-old water infrastructure crossed three of the nation's most active fault lines? In the first of two articles, we look at what a four-county water system is doing to ensure operations continue when the next earthquake hits.