Cash-strapped U.S. cities are turning to drones, artificial intelligence and other innovations to help inspect and fix the country’s aging underground arteries of waste. View the full article here.
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by the Water Environment Federation Updated: 09-10-2020 INTRODUCTION l resource in the world. Municipalities and military installations must manage and steward wastewater from multiple potential [...]
Source: Myron L Company Are “ghost forests” a sign of things to come? Rising sea levels and superstorm tidal surges are already impacting coastal areas, with rising salinity levels affecting some [...]
“To reduce water use, a California utility developed a range of customer programs that engage and educate stakeholders. By fostering cooperation to sustainably meet water demand through [...]