products used in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of
water and wastewater treatment facilities, systems and equipment, as well
as a wide range of suppliers providing a variety of services to the water and
and organizations that supply products and services to the water and
wastewater industry. They’re listed in alphabetical order along with their
address, telephone and fax numbers, email address, web address and a
short company description.
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BUYER’S GUIDE 2016
Angela Godwin rounds up the week’s top
water and wastewater headlines.
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Aquatech Mexico 2016
Aquatech Mexico is the newest member of
the Aquatech family of global events. In its
first year, the conference established itself as
process, drinking and wastewater. Over
days in September, Water World’s Angela Godwin spoke with key players about the Mexican
water market and trends in the industry. Watch
the videos at videos.waterworld.com.
WaterPro is the annual conference of the
National Rural Water Association (NRWA).
WaterWorld’s Angela Godwin was on the
show floor at the event, which brought
utilities together for networking and educational sessions in Orlando, Fla.
Water Infrastructure Funding Trends
Glen Womack, a national director with the
NRWA from the state of Louisiana, provides
his insights into water funding and shares
some trends, including interest rates at all-time lows — which means great opportunities to rebuild our water infrastructure.
Watch the video at videos.waterworld.com.
NRWA’s Circuit Rider Program
Phillip Combs, a national director of NRWA
from Tennessee, explains the Circuit Rider
Program, a network of water professionals
who travel to utilities to provide training,
assistance, or other resources. Watch the
video at videos.waterworld.com.
Thames Water Aims to Reduce TOTEX by
20% with a Connected Data Environment
Originally broadcast December 6, 2016
With more than 15 million customers, Thames
Water is the largest water and wastewater service provider in the UK. In this webcast, Kevin
Bezant, BIM manager at Atkins, discusses how
Thames Water plans to become Building Information Modeling (BIM) Level 2 compliant with
a connected data environment, how aligning to
OFWAT’s AMP 6 cycle will help to reduce TOTEX by 20 percent, and how better asset management strategies can help utilities deliver better
service to their customers. Watch the webcast on
demand any time at waterworld.com/webcasts.
Put a Dent in Your CSO Event Using
Originally broadcast on December 1, 2016
Flooding, pollution and property damage are
common effects of an undersized or an antiquated stormwater management system. If
left unchecked these systems could lead to an
unwanted consent decree. Combined sewer
overflow storage in underground basins can
often be utilized to minimize or eliminate CSO
events. In this webcast, Uponor Infra reviews
best practices in the design, engineering, and
installation of buried structural polyethylene
storage basins. Watch the webcast on demand
any time at waterworld.com/webcasts.
Digital Transformation: How to Get There
Originally broadcast on November 6, 2016
Turn data into insight. Turn insight into action.
Location-enablement is at the core of digital
transformation. ESRI’s ArcGIS geospatial technology enables efficient collection of data,
management in the cloud, and advanced analytics in your offices — for smarter decision-making and powerful customer engagement.
In this webcast, learn how Opelika Utilities
utilized Esri’s end-to-end digital solution to
enable fast, agile, responsive performance.
Watch the webcast on demand any time at