Blog  /  June 2016

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Remote Sensing and Big Data - How can the Water Industry Adapt?

By Eric Sokol

In a world where technology is constantly at our fingertips and can tell us anything from what our heartrate is at this very second, to how many steps we need to take per hour to reach our daily activity goals, it comes to no surprise that industrial players are looking to track and monitor equipment activity as well. The goal of zero unplanned downtime, and the ability to track water pressure and volume in any given tank or pipe wasn’t even on most of our radars five to ten years ago!

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Dredged Sediment: The Gold Rush of the Water Industry

By Eric Sokol

I recently attended a conference held by the Ohio EPA which focused on how to best use dredged sediment from the federal navigational channels on the coast of Lake Erie. Current practices include transporting the sediment to Confined Disposal Facilities or dumped back into Lake Erie [open lake dumping].  Due to some serious legacy issues with heavy metals and harmful chemicals, the State of Ohio passed Senate Bill 1 which will prevent the United States Army Corps of Engineers from open lake dumping effective July 1st, 2020.

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Clustering Your Way to Success

By Jason Wuliger

Are you part of a water cluster? If the answer is no, why not? You are not alone. Water clusters are having an increasing impact on the industry, and joining one can offer distinct advantages, depending on where you operate.

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