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July 26, 2021 | David Totman

Factors to Consider for Condition Assessment of Water and Sewer Systems

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...
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September 14, 2021 | Allison Keir

Accelerate Your Water Modeling to the Next Level

From InfoWater-to-InfoWater Pro, we’ve enhanced our water modeling with newly improved features and added functionalities to help you prepare for the future. InfoWater Pro is a GIS-integrated water distribution modeling package now offering, easy-to-use pressure zone creation tools and schematics, a new control center to centralize pump, valve, and pipe rule-based controls and an improved interface to interact with and connect live data, such as SCADA and more, to your hydraulic model. To learn more read this blog...
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July 10, 2020 | Luca Serena

Multi-Solute Water Quality (MSQ) Modelling

This article is intended to show the capabilities of the new MSQ module focusing on the specific issue of modelling chlorine decay, starting from a brief description of the phenomena and then comparing the former “Basic” approach of a single-constituent decay versus more advanced methodologies provided by the new MSQ module.
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