Water utilities have to deal with an increasing demand for water - a resource that is becoming increasingly scarce in many parts of the world. However, water distribution networks tend to suffer from a variety of inefficiencies leading to losses.
Based on TaKaDu survey on water network management, there is no doubt that water utilities find network efficiency to be a key issue, central to their work and plans - survey respondents refer to network efficiency as a key challenge and improving it is their main goal.
You can get it all when you attend the AWWA New Jersey Section Annual Conference in Atlantic City. Join us as AWWA NJ hosts its 77th Annual Conference! The 2012 Annual Conference will focus on key management, treatment, distribution, and operational issues to "Build a Resilient Future for Water."
"Hidden beneath the highways and streets of Washington DC is a sprawling infrastructure of hundreds of thousands of assets — water distribution pipes, valves, collection pipes, man holes, water meters and fire hydrants." Another true story from IBM's First-of-a-Kind (FOAK) program, which pairs IBM researchers with clients to bring incredible discoveries and possibilities into view.
As part of the American Water Works Association, the New Jersey Section joins over 54,000 water professionals and vendors in a dynamic organization with a nationwide interest in protecting and providing drinking water resources.