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What to Expect from the Water Market in 2017

What to Expect from the Water Market in 2017

We’re not even a month in and 2017 is already looking like an opportunity-filled year for the water industry. The federal government and individual states have made billions of dollars available for water and wastewater infrastructure projects — about $1 billion under the EPA’s new Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation … Read more »

Smart Leak Detection Minimizes Water Loss During $13.5bn Water Infrastructure Upgrade

Smart Leak Detection Minimizes Water Loss During $13.5bn Water Infrastructure Upgrade

Smart water loss and leak detection technology company Gutermann helping Miami-Dade County, Florida, keep its non-revenue water to less than 10 percent as its implements a $13.5 billion capital improvement upgrade to the county’s water and sewer infrastructure.

Why Water Management Will Take Smart Buildings to the Next Level

Why Water Management Will Take Smart Buildings to the Next Level

Water is increasingly affecting companies’ bottom lines, making water management no longer a choice for environmental managers. An Ecova survey of more than 700 energy, facility, finance and sustainability professionals across North America found water conservation is a business imperative. Nearly 60 percent of survey respondents reported that they have … Read more »

Tetra Tech

Tetra Tech Buys INDUS, Expands Water Data Management Services

In a move to expand its water data management services, Tetra Tech has acquired information technology firm INDUS. The companies did not disclose the terms of the acquisition. Tetra Tech is the no. 3 top environmental consulting firm ranked by gross global environmental consulting revenues in 2014, according to Environment … Read more »

Smart Water Network Modeling Software Expands Flushing Capabilities

Smart Water Network Modeling Software Expands Flushing Capabilities

Smart water technology company Innovyze has released the latest version of its smart water network modeling software. The company says InfoWorks WS V16.0 features new benefits and modeling capabilities that make it easier for users to improve their productivity. Whether configured as a component of a corporate modeling solution or … Read more »

Next-Gen Water Utility Software With Advanced Pipe Break, Leakage Modeling

Smart water technology company Innovyze has released the V12 Generation of InfoWater for ArcGIS with advanced pipe break and leakage modeling for water utilities and engineering firms. Globally, water demand is rising, aging water infrastructures are deteriorating, and the impact of water main breaks and leakage is relentless. In the … Read more »

Innovyze, WinCan Power Smart Wastewater Asset Management

Innovyze, WinCan Power Smart Wastewater Asset Management

Smart water and wastewater infrastructure technology developer Innovyze has added automated data import from WinCan software to InfoMaster, its GIS-centric analytical asset management software. Innovyze says this advances decision analytics for wastewater utilities; this data exchange leverages the strengths of both technologies to bring combined modeling-oriented and collection-oriented prioritization to … Read more »

drought in Brazil

Water Management Technology in High Demand

In efforts to improve water management, businesses are increasingly using — and spending money on — sensors and data analytics software to conserve water, the Guardian reports. Banyan Water and Apana are two companies marketing their water technology products to businesses. Earlier this month Banyan Water said its smart water … Read more »

Banyan Water

Banyan’s Smart Water Management Saves Businesses 1.75bn Gallons of Water

Smart water management company Banyan Water has saved commercial and institutional clients 1.75 billion gallons of water to date. Since 2011, Banyan Water’s clients nationwide, including corporate facilities, educational institutions and multi-family housing communities, reduced their water footprints and operating expenses, even as drought conditions continue to affect a large … Read more »