The groundwater infiltration module (GIM) within Infoworks ICM, why it's important, the limitations of existing overland runoff models, and a worked example of how to run the model, and view and understand the results.
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.
Water and wastewater utilities need to develop asset management plans to help effectively prioritize the renewal and replacement of aging underground water and sewer infrastructure networks. While some utilities may be well-suited to conduct asset management planning in-house, others may evaluate the support of a consulting engineer firm. Read this article to learn more...
Smart sewers that enable the smart collection and treatment of wastewater; and they can go a long way in protecting public health and the environment. Here are 3 ways to achieve smart sewer management.