We have just received our digital copy of the Water Well Journal for July 2019 (Volume 73 No. 7).
In this issue articles discuss topics such as biofilm issues, water treatment, irrigation, waterline pressure, social media guidelines, well rehabilitation and biological hazards. Other information provided include upcoming events and featured products.
Within the featured articles there is also a discussion of The Art of Water Wells by Marvin F. Glotfelty, RG by industry professionals.
Persons wishing to view this issue of the Water Well Journal can email me or visit me at my desk.
We have just received our soft copy of the Water Well Journal for April 2019 from the National Ground Water Association (NGWA).
This issue discusses topics such as irrigation, water treatment, PFAS contaminants, iron in potable well systems, water treatment, preventing work related roadway crashes, as well as, featured products and upcoming events.
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We have just received our digital subscription for the Water Well Journal for December 2018. In this issue of the Water Well Journal published by the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) the focus is on water treatment by groundwater contractors, water well corrosion, designing a first-aid program, as well as, other industry related articles.
Persons wishing to view a copy of this journal can email me or visit me at my desk.
We all know how awful non-revenue water loss is, with customers and the utility experiencing little benefits from water lost through leaks, since it is a precious commodity needed by customers, as well as, the service which the utility is charged to provide.
In the article highlighted below, published by Lori Lovely on February 21, 2018, under the topic of water in Forester Daily News, as well as, in the Water Efficiency magazine, by Forester Media, one gets detailed information on acoustic leak detection.
Acoustic Leak Detection-
The latest developments to assist in listening for leaks
Leaks are money, states Eric Stacey, product manager for advanced leak detection solutions at Echologics. Money not just down the drain, but right out the drain! Lost water involves costs for treatment and conveyance that never result in revenue, and further expense is incurred in leak detection and pipeline repair.
You can read the rest of the article here, as well as, leave your comments on the topic.
We have just received our journal subscription for the Water Well Journal for December 2017 (Volume 71 No. 2), which is focuses on groundwater and sustainability. As such one can find information on topics such as the significance of groundwater professionals, case study on flooded wells, as a result of Hurricane Matthew, water treatment and water quality, compressed gas safety, leadership and other related information from the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) such as upcoming events and an index of major articles by month for 2017.
Persons wishing to view this issue or any back issues can email me or check me at my desk.
This article, published by Dan Rafter on July 18, 2017, describes the water-monitoring software used by the Maynilad Water Services, a private water provider in the Philippines.
Water-monitoring software and cloud-based storage help boost utilities’ bottom lines.
Maynilad Water Services is the largest private water provider in the Philippines, serving a population of 9 million people in the western portion of Manila. The system faced a challenge, though: It needed to make better, and faster decisions on which pipes needed immediate maintenance, which leaks needed to be repaired first, and which meters needed to be replaced.
Maynilad had plenty of data it could turn to in order to help make these decisions. But unfortunately, this data was spread throughout the utility. Water utility workers in the billing department had key data. So did those working in the distribution department. But these numbers were rarely shared. Maynilad needed all its data stored in one, easy-to-access location.