Whether your water/sewer utility is public or private, for-profit or non-profit/municipal, asset management is always about the business. Assets have an intent to serve, most commonly paying customers. Assuming you never have enough funding, resources, or time to inspect every asset, every foot of your pipe network, you need to prioritize. Read this blog to learn how to be more efficient in your condition assessments...
Water/wastewater infrastructure is aging rapidly in most cities, and the growing population is only increasing the load on the crumbling water systems. Read about the tried and true 8 "I's" of asset management to see how you can tackle these challenges.
AI enables users to accomplish milestones previously considered unreachable while reducing costs where it was simply not possible before, like water and wastewater treatment. One industry where this is increasingly evident is mining. Here are 4 key components of this intelligent and efficient water usage in mining
Sanitary sewer system flow has two main components: sanitary or dry-weather loads and wet-weather loads. This article looks at loads, peaking formulae, and patterns representing temporal variations - stepwise and linear.