Drinking water utilities are continuously searching for ways to proactively monitor the system while improving resiliency. This presentation is designed to give a high-level overview of drinking water systems which includes the basics of hydraulics and pressure and an explanation of different technologies being developed to benefit drinking water utilities. It discusses how utilities can easily install and use remote pressure monitoring to identify hydraulic anomalies and events while reducing water loss and repair response time. This presentation also includes discussion on utilizing technology for the development of the EPA Emergency Response Plan and Risk and Resiliency Assessment, available industry resources from various organizations, funding opportunities and using technology to develop and calibrate water hydraulic models.
2 CEU hours available for Water Distribution only.
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