As published in INFLUENTS – Spring 2020, Volume 15
Running municipal water and wastewater systems in the 21st century is a challenge. New technologies, an explosion in sensor equipment, and updated instrumentation and data collection methods produce a vast amount of information stored in diverse places. Because new regulatory mandates require additional sampling and laboratory analysis, existing applications must change to capture increasing amounts of data. Using limited or outdated tools, workers are stretched thin managing these new challenges.
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Empowering operators is the key
As Duffin Creek’s current facility managers see it, their job is to empower operators at the plant to make decisions that both contribute to on-going treatment objectives and positively affect the financial bottom line. They spend lots of time fostering teamwork and proactive decision making.
Utilities globally are struggling with data woes, inefficient systems, and the rising costs of energy. While e.RIS is a solution for many common problems organizations face, the ability to implement the product has thus far been limited to North America. Brace yourself: this is about to change.