• Fort Worth’s Highly Effective ICAP

    Last year, Fort Worth, Texas completed the fourth year of its Fort Worth Interceptor Condition Assessment Program (ICAP), an initiative designed to inspect the entirety of the city’s large-diameter sanitary sewer lines and determine their condition in order to make repairs. By the end of 2014, the city had managed to inspect to about sixty […]

  • Cranberry Township Sees Success with RedZone

    Last year, Cranberry Township in Pittsburgh decided to make life easier for itself by using a robot designed by RedZone Robotics to inspect its two mile stretch of main sewer line. Prior to this, the sewer lines hadn’t been checked this effectively. The city used a comparably rudimentary process of tethering a camera to a […]

  • New Technology Can Accurately Determine Leaks

    The International Water Management Institute estimates that by the year 2025, just over thirty percent of the world’s population will have to deal with water scarcity, and one of the primary culprits behind it  is leaks. It’s estimated that anywhere between twenty to thirty percent of treated water is lost in systems due to this […]

  • Rancho California Water District Meets Conservation Demands with Itron

    The Rancho California Water District (RCWD) based in Southern California serves a varied array of more than 40,000 residential and commercial customers. Last year marked the state’s fourth consecutive year dealing with the ramifications of the drought, forcing the State Water Resources Control Board to devise and implement mandatory measures intended to conserve and reduce […]