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Mueller Water Products Targets Non-Revenue Water Loss in Asia

2018-08-15The Source
Mueller Water Products is a prominent global player with exciting new growth in Asia where they have seven international office locations including Singapore, Jingmen and Tai Cang manufacturing plants in China, and a large network of businesses across Asia.    Singer® automatic control valves and Echologics® acoustic-based pipeline leak detection and condition assessment are two Mueller Water Product lines that resonate with Asia ...

Increase Distribution System Efficiencies with Advanced Technologies

2018-08-01
Mueller Water Products provides utilities with a wide variety of advanced flow control and monitoring technologies as their water infrastructure systems become “smarter”. These technologies – which include automatic meter infrastructure (AMI), remote shutoff meters, leak detection, pressure monitoring, and automated flushing – transmit data via private networks, cellular or LoRaWAN, can be integrated with existing SCADA systems. Here’s a ...

Protecting fire hydrants from damage and improper use

2018-08-01
As one of the few above-ground fixtures in fire system infrastructure, fire hydrants are some of the more vulnerable elements in the system. “Hydrants are probably the main reason for the troubleshooting calls we receive,” says Andy Singer of Mueller Water Products. Individuals who operate fire hydrants can have a wide range of understanding and experience with them. Water distribution ...

Keep Your Water Main Dead Ends in the Clear

2018-07-02
Mueller Water Products is North America’s largest and only full-line supplier of potable water distribution products, which includes an extensive line of water flushing solutions.  In this interview we hear how two of Mueller’s customers address the challenges of water main dead ends. Flushing of water distribution systems is critical to ensure customers receive the best water quality. Aging infrastructure, ...

Inside the new Echologics Innovation Site

2015-09-15
By Peter DaveyEnvironmental Science & Engineering Walkerton, Ontario has grown as a destination for drinking water research and training, with the opening of the Echologics Innovation Site. Located beside the Walkerton Clean Water Centre, Echologics’ research and development site will advance innovations in water main leak detection and pipeline assessment technologies. More than 600 metres of plastic and metallic water mains, will allow ...

Drought Handbook

2015-09-03
Drought-stricken areas of the United States continue to carefully monitor their water resources and examine the state of their water infrastructure as supplies dwindle, impacting nearly every corner of the regions affected. There are a variety of approaches and methods available to help water utilities combat the effects of extreme drought in their communities. This publication, fittingly titled the Drought ...

AT&T, IBM dive into water-saving game with connected tech

2015-06-06
 USA Today Money, America’s Markets By Marco Della Cava June 1, 2015 12:26 pm Houseboats cram together in a shrinking California lake. (AFP/Getty Images) Water is in increasingly scarce supply across the American West, so technology that ensures none of the precious liquid goes to waste is surely set to boom. AT&T (T), IBM (IBM) and Atlanta-based Mueller Water Products (MWA) announced Monday that the three companies ...

Behind AT&T, IBM Smart Water Offering

2015-06-06
Telecompetitor 6/1/15 at 4:41 PM by Joan Engebretson A partnership between AT&T, IBM and Mueller Water Products has yielded a compelling Internet of Things (IoT) smart water application that aims to help conserve water by enabling municipalities to prevent large-scale leaks in their infrastructure.  “U.S. water infrastructure is fairly old,” commented AT&T Associate Vice President of Industrial IoT Mobeen Khan in an interview. “Many ...

AT&T And IBM Team Up To Connect Water Pipes To The Internet

2015-06-01
2.1 trillion gallons of purified drinking water are lost each year in the United State because of leaky pipes and broken water mains, according to researchers. The country’s decaying infrastructure earned a “D” grade from the American Society of Civil Engineers. But fixing all that crumbling infrastructure is going to cost way more money than the government is likely willing ...

Shhh, the water district is listening for leaks

2015-04-16
  By HENRY BREANLAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL It’s one of the community’s oldest and most important water lines, so the Las Vegas Valley Water District wants to keep a close eye on it. Well, not an eye exactly. More like a fancy new set of electronic ears. Under a partnership with the Desert Research Institute’s Nevada Center for Excellence, the water ...