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Water Tech

Stories about technology for water utilities, including lead and copper pipe programs, compliance, clean drinking water, green infrastructure, sewage, smart meters and more.

The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati is going to be piloting a technology solution to gain a better understanding of its wastewater network and more advanced sampling methods.
Smart meters send wireless signals in real time so residents and utilities can better track water use hourly, daily or weekly, making it easier to hit conservation targets and detect leaks amid drought seasons.
The California Department of Water Resources is using technology to map groundwater throughout the state, enabling better basin management from local water managers by providing access to more thorough data.
The company already handles billing for 15 million households overseas and expects to gain in the U.S. via its Salesforce-based customer information system. It becomes the latest U.K. gov tech firm to expand here.
Yesterday, New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced that former NYC CIO Jessica Tisch will take over as commissioner of the Department of Sanitation. Tisch left the CIO position back in February.
Biden’s extension of the White House cybersecurity task force to water is validation of years of local work and advocacy. Here's how utilities can make the most of this federal support and investment.
According to a report, millions of gallons of sewage were dumped into the Santa Monica Bay in summer 2021 due to preventable issues, such as unheeded warnings and outdated equipment.
With the purchase of Dropcountr, Kubra is combining its own billing and payment offerings with analytics software for water utilities, potentially helping them and their customers improve water management.
Alaska has major plans to upgrade its highways and bridges, ferry system, high-speed Internet infrastructure and more using funding from the recently approved federal infrastructure package.
According to an estimate from the White House in August, Maine will receive roughly $2.4 billion from the recently passed infrastructure bill. Though the funds will help, the state will still have gaps to address.