Instrumentation, Water Quality Monitoring

Instrumentation such as level sensors and water quality monitoring sensors can be use to assess water quality for a water treatment plant or utility. Regularly conducting water quality monitoring and test using instrumentation is critical to ensure a water treatment plant or water utility meets required U.S. EPA drinking water standards.

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Virtual design and construction, augmented reality, and virtual reality open new doors for designing and constructing infrastructure projects.
May 13 2021
Digital solutions are changing the way that clean, safe drinking water is delivered, infrastructure is maintained, and customers are served. As…
May 11 2021
Don’t let a tight budget limit your water quality goals. Optimize disinfectant in your distribution network with smart residual management including…
May 3 2021
On Apr. 29, 2021 the U.S. EPA announced a public comment period for 30 days regarding the inclusion of 30 additional waters impaired for sulfate on…
Apr 29 2021
The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST) awarded a $1.7 million grant to the New Kensington water authority to replace lead…
Apr 16 2021
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael S. Regan announced a $156 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (…
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Apr 16 2021
Those looking to better understand tap water quality and chemistry, may yet be unfamiliar with total suspended solids (TSS). However, TSS is a common…
Apr 14 2021
State officials announced plans to fund the permanent closure of the former Piney Point fertilizer processing plant property. A leak was discovered…
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The Aqua Pennsylvania Bristol WTP is located on the Delaware River in Bristol Township and is neighbor to a residential neighborhood.
Apr 13 2021
Location: Bristol Township, Pennsylvania Size: 11 mgd rated capacity; 13 mgd peak waiver Equipment: rapid mixing, coagulation, floculation,…
Apr 5 2021
Manatee County, Florida, is under a state of emergency and more than 300 homes were ordered evacuated due to a leak at a wastewater reservoir,…
Mar 19 2021
The U.S. House of Representatives’ Transportation & Infrastructure Committee Chair Peter DeFazio, Water Resources and Environment Subcommittee…
Mar 4 2021
Designed for PFAS project sites with short to medium treatment requirements. These products are available for sale or rental and come on a fork…
Feb 16 2021
3M will invest about $1 billion over the next 20 years to accelerate its global environmental goals, according to the Star Tribune. The focus will be…
Feb 10 2021
A hacker successfully altered the levels of chemicals in Oldsmar’s water supply to potentially damaging levels, according to officials.  Pinellas…
Jan 20 2021
Last year, Water & Wastes Digest (WWD) asked associations throughout the industry to share a small brief forecasting the upcoming year. Those…
Jan 8 2021
Badger Meter, Inc. announced the acquisition of Analytical Technology, Inc. (“ATi”), a privately held provider of water quality monitoring systems,…
Dec 22 2020
Environmental and farm groups are lobbying Wisconsin for significant funding. The goal of these groups is to support farms across Wisconsin and…
Oct 19 2020
Growing up in the Greater Cleveland, Ohio, area, I was exposed to a host of environmental troubles. Going to visit my grandparents as a child was…
Oct 5 2020
Dayton, Ohio will spend approximately $8 million to try to reduce the amount of phosphorus in its wastewater discharge  These measures are being…
Sep 28 2020
WWD Senior Managing Editor Bob Crossen's Takeaways Keynote Address 2020 posed an immediate challenge that resulted in a complete change in thinking…
Bob Crossen, senior managing editor
Bob Crossen, senior managing editor
Sep 21 2020
Usually when I am writing the editorial letter for the September issue, our editorial team would be gearing up to attend WEFTEC in either Chicago or…
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