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August 17, 2021 | Tony Andrews

How Contractors Maximise Productivity and Efficiency

In many regions contractors and sub-contractors carry out essential work on behalf of water utilities to safely refurbish, repair, and maintain assets in the field. Increasing the importance of an efficient workflow between all parties to share the status of their water and wastewater assets with maintenance crews, consultants, and contractors. Transferring and updating data from the field, can oftentimes take too long using manual or older systems and be outdated or inaccurate by the time it gets to the office. To learn how these supply chain partners can improve efficiency and ultimately save in costs, read this blog...
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July 17, 2020

4 Key Components to Better Water Management in Mining

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
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July 6, 2021 | David Fortune

Do You Make These Mistakes in Hydraulic Modeling?

Learn more about how InfoWorks ICM and WSPro can help water-distribution, stormwater and wastewater professionals achieve success with hydraulic modeling projects and bypass making the same mistakes over and over again, read this blog...
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December 30, 2020

6 Ways Engineering Firms Can Help Utilities of Any Size with Asset Management

Large water and wastewater utilities tend to have the necessary resources as well as technology when it comes to effective asset management. However, the same can’t always be said for medium and small utilities. In this blog, we’ll take a look at how engineering firms can customize their asset management engineering services to help small and medium-sized water systems.
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