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Every Dog has their Day: America’s First Water Leak Detection Dog

By Luke Carothers Central Arkansas Water (CAW) has taken a lot of steps to reduce their unaccounted water rates.  They’ve tried satellite detection and manual...

COVID-19 and the AEC Industry: Conference Updates

Updated: April 10, 2020 @ 1 p.m. CST The last few weeks have brought unprecedented changes to the AEC industry.  As firms continue to make...

Keeping the Water On

How Engineers Can Help the Municipal Water Sector By Graham Nasby Each year the American Water Works Association (AWWA) publishes a report card on the current...

“What’s in My Backyard?” Campaign Connects Underserved Communities with Engineering Solutions

Denver, CO - Community Engineering Corps announced a new campaign called “What’s in My Backyard?” Campaign to connect underserved communities with volunteer engineers to...

ISA announced as a supporting organization of the 2019 LIFT Intelligent Water Systems Challenge

For the second year in a row, the International Society of Automation (ISA) — through its Water and Wastewater Industries Division — is supporting an initiative designed to demonstrate the value of intelligent water systems, smart water technologies, and leveraging data for improved decision-making.

Artificial intelligence for water main infrastructure

The Fracta condition assessment solution calculates and visualizes the likelihood of failure (LoF) for every water main across a utility’s infrastructure. A more accurate, objective...

AWWA cheers passage of law allowing WIFIA to make water infrastructure loans

President Obama on Dec. 10 signed legislation that will allow the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program to begin making loans to tackle the nation’s trillion-dollar water infrastructure challenge.
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