Current Issue

  1. Don’t Let A Water Crisis Boil Over
    3/1/2019

    No utility wants to issue a Boil Water Notice, but if it does happen, it’s important to get it right. Even if your utility has had a long, unblemished record of delivering high-quality water, a mishandled contamination event will leave a bad taste in your customers’ mouths (so to speak).

  2. Underground Tunnel Anchors Louisville's Work For Clean Waterways
    3/1/2019

    Named after a legend of Louisville, the “Bumblebee” tunnel-boring machine is carving a path to cleaner water, regulatory compliance, and lasting resiliency.

  3. Tips For Establishing Partnerships To Solve Water Challenges
    3/1/2019

    With U.S. municipalities in major need of water and wastewater infrastructure investment, public-private partnerships offer a pathway to project initiation and success.

  4. Sustainability And Asset Management In Action
    3/1/2019

    Asset management plans — and planners — must adapt to the challenges and needs of tomorrow, where sustainability is required for prosperity.

  5. Grit Behavior In Splitting Structures: Model-To-Prototype Confidence
    3/1/2019

    Using computational fluid dynamics, engineers can all but guarantee their design solution for an all-too-common wastewater influent issue.

  6. Beating Back Corrosive Moisture: Why Humidity Is A Problem In Midwest Water Plants
    3/1/2019

    Protection of infrastructure, employees, and budgets is at stake for utilities sweating through humid plant conditions.

  7. Intelligent Power Starts With Accurate, Actionable Data
    3/1/2019

    Internet of Things connectivity for circuit protection lays the foundation for system-level intelligence.