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  • FlowShark Pulse Exceeds Stringent Operations Requirements for Accuracy

    FlowShark Pulse Exceeds Stringent Operations Requirements for Accuracy

    Camp Pendleton, CA - The Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base in northern San Diego County commissioned its new wastewater treatment plant in mid-2006. This new plant will consolidate flows from the other three treatment plants on the base over a period ...

  • IntelliServe Alarming System Improves Monitoring and Data Efficiency

    IntelliServe Alarming System Improves Monitoring and Data Efficiency

    Indianapolis, IN - Like most American cities, Indianapolis had been facing increased scrutiny from residents about water quality issues. The U.S. EPA and state environmental agencies were calling for Indiana’s 105 cities with combined sewers to ...

  • CSOs Reduced by 77%, SSOs Reduced by 78%

    CSOs Reduced by 77%, SSOs Reduced by 78%

    Nashville, TN - The City of Nashville struggled with excessive overflows totaling 158 SSOs and 30 CSOs in 1989 and 1990. They found themselves with a consent decree and officials immediately started abatement programs to address both issues. A ...

  • FlowShark Pulse Provides Accurate Influent Data Reporting

    FlowShark Pulse Provides Accurate Influent Data Reporting

    Oahu, HI - The Hawaiian Islands’ topography lends itself to multiple small treatment plants. The island of Oahu containsmore than 80% of the entire island chain’s population. The Sandy Beach treatment plant on the eastern end of Oahu has been in ...

  • Long Term Monitoring with Focused Temp Studies

    Long Term Monitoring with Focused Temp Studies

    Orange County, California – The Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD) was experiencing increasing I/I over the last two decades and high peaks at the treatment plants. Their network was 90% built out with a variable mix of residential, ...

  • 156 Flow Monitors Installed in 14 Days

    156 Flow Monitors Installed in 14 Days

    San Diego, CA - The City of San Diego Metropolitan Wastewater Department received a formal consent decree from the EPA in 2005. In response, the department decided to replace and update the flow monitoring system they had in place. They selected ...

  • Saved Over $1 Million in Unnecessary Expenses

    Saved Over $1 Million in Unnecessary Expenses

    Santa Barbara, CA - The City of Santa Barbara (CSB) serves nearly 100,000 customers. During the seasonal rains, deteriorating and aging sewer pipes permit unwanted I/I to enter the system raising the risk of sanitary sewer overflows. Santa Barbara ...

  • Insertable Valve Network Provides OngoingSolution to Water Loss

    Insertable Valve Network Provides OngoingSolution to Water Loss

    Orange Cove, CA - As the only city in Fresno County that is completely dependent on surface water, the City of Orange Cove had 40% unaccounted for water loss when Bill Little, former City Manager returned to Orange Cove to address the community’s ...

  • Training and Equipment Provide City with Line-Stopping Capabilities

    Training and Equipment Provide City with Line-Stopping Capabilities

    Parkersburg, WV The Parkersburg Utility Board bought one set of Hydra-Stopping equipment from Hydra-Stop back in the late 1980s, which they are still using today. With this equipment they are able to perform single or double line stops, valve ...

  • Successful Isolation of 48” Water Main and Backflow Prevention

    Successful Isolation of 48” Water Main and Backflow Prevention

    Salem, OR When they contacted Hydra-Stop, the primary need for the City of Salem was replacing a section of the existing water mains that were aging and put the City’s water supply at risk. In order to do this they had to isolate the water main from ...

  • PROJECT BRIEF - Saved Over $1 Million in Unnecessary Expenses - Santa Barbara, California

    PROJECT BRIEF - Saved Over $1 Million in Unnecessary Expenses - Santa Barbara, California

    Temporary Flow Monitoring Santa Barbara, CA - The City of Santa Barbara (CSB) serves nearly 100,000 customers. During the seasonal rains, deteriorating and aging sewer pipes permit unwanted I/I to enter the system raising the risk of sanitary ...

  • Project Brief - CSOs Reduced by 77%, SSOs Reduced by 78% - City of Nashville, Tennessee

    Project Brief - CSOs Reduced by 77%, SSOs Reduced by 78% - City of Nashville, Tennessee

    Permanent Flow Monitoring Nashville, TN - The City of Nashville struggled with excessive overflows totaling 158 SSOs and 30 CSOs in 1989 and 1990. They found themselves with a consent decree and officials immediately started abatement programs ...