Category: Water distribution

  • InfoWorks WS Pro Learning Series

    InfoWorks WS Pro is designed for water professionals to help them assess supply to individual customers. Supply deficiencies or pollution incidents can be investigated and fixed quickly, allowing you to model how best to achieve regulatory standards while continuing to deliver value to customers. We’ve put together this series of learning videos designed by Solutions […]

  • Water: recycled, reclaimed, toilet-to-tap? What are the differences?

    People often use the terms “recycled water” and “reclaimed water” interchangeably. The most inclusive definition of both together would be any water that has been captured after use and then treated and reused, rather than sent directly into natural drainages.  This definition covers everything from reused irrigation water to highly treated, re-purified water that is […]

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    New in InfoWater Pro: Latest ArcGIS Pro support + powerful diagnostic tools

    The latest updates of InfoWater Pro now support ArcGIS 3.0 and improves re-run workflows and hydraulic simulation reporting.  Latest ArcGIS Pro support InfoWater Pro, which is built on top of ArcGIS, is now compatible with the latest ArcGIS Pro. With InfoWater 2023.3, you will model water systems within ArcGIS Pro 3.0. If you prefer to work […]

  • How to run a closed zone system curve analysis in InfoWater Pro

    Do you need to run a closed zone system curve analysis in InfoWater Pro? Occassionally, our support team will hear from customers who are sizing a pump for replacement in InfoWater Pro who have run into an issue when performing a system curve analysis. They receive this error message: “Simulation failed with specific issue(s).” When […]

  • Introduction to InfoWater Pro: free learning series

    InfoWater Pro is a powerful application made for ArcGIS Pro-loving water professionals. If you’re just getting started and need tutorials to show you the way, this post is for you. We’ve created this series of videos for InfoWater Pro, and it’s completely free and open to everyone. Who uses InfoWater Pro? InfoWater Pro is typically […]

  • Drop-by-drop: a thorough approach to mitigating leaks, conserving water, and reducing costs

    In regions with aging and decaying infrastructure, water utilities around the world have been dealing with reducing non-revenue water for decades, particularly the water leakage part. Because leaks continue to occur and grow, finding and reducing leakage is continuous work. Underground leaks can generate high costs for a water utility: treated water is lost, including […]

  • Top 5 common water utility problems – and how they can be solved

    Our own David Totman sat down with Water Online recently to run through the Top 5 Common Problems Utilities Have and a Path Out. A Past-President for the Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute in the ASCE, David is a thought leader with a lot of experience in the industry – and a helpful answer to […]

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    Everything you need to know about the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act for the water sector

    After much debate, delay, compromise, and – finally – voting, the US Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) was passed. This $1.2 trillion act comes not a moment too soon. For years, organizations like ASCE have graded the US infrastructure as a ‘D’ (currently a notch up at C-) and have estimated more than $4.5 […]

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    How the US infrastructure bill impacts the water sector

    Since the Clean Water Act/Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974, the federal government has actively supported wet infrastructure investment through various means, including the recently passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). This new bill, and its section 914, centers on authorizing and creating programs to support drinking water and wastewater infrastructure projects. The […]

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    How to find critical pipe bursts

    When a pipe bursts, how do you find the critical pipes?