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AWWA CA-NV Oct 26-29 2015

Are you at AWWA’s CA-NV Conference? Don’t forget to visit the Sedaru team and MSPS in Booth #412! Get a live demonstration of how Sedaru connects data from your information systems into one easy-to-use app for empowered, real-time decision support. Plan for, prioritize, and respond to events using data analytics you can access and apply […]

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Updating Waterworks and Natural Gas Infrastructures to Meet Greater Demands

Every year, more people move back into city centers. They’re coming from small towns and suburbs to live in re-emerging urban centers. It’s great for cities that have long wanted to revitalize their downtowns; but it is also straining aging infrastructure that likely hasn’t received a lot of attention in recent decades. Growing populations have […]

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Replacing Aging Water Meters

Replacing Aging Water Meters

Many cities and utility companies are dealing with 20-plus-year-old water meters. They’re beginning to fail. Historically, cities and water districts would slowly change out all the meters in their jurisdictions, maybe tackling 5 to 15 percent of the total each year over several years. That method worked well for decades. But meters never changed much […]

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Why Mobile Home Parks Should Consider Updating Water Infrastructure Now

News stories about mobile home parks facing troubles and even legal issues because of aging water infrastructure are becoming increasingly common as manufactured home communities get older and older. Since so many of the nation’s 140,000 mobile home parks were built in a hurry, never intended to be permanent structures, at least 30 years ago, […]

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