water management information system News

  • Capital planning and operational efficiency for water

    MWH Soft has released H2ONET PZM (Pressure Zone Manager) for power AutoCAD® (Autodesk, San Rafael, CA) users. The solution analyses, simplifies, and summarises pertinent hydraulic information for each pressure zone in a water distribution system model.  This water master planning tool greatly accelerates hydraulic diagram design of existing and proposed pressure zones and helps ensure ...


  • GF Piping Systems Introduces New Generation Cone Check Valve Series Featuring Improved Safety, Simplicity and Efficiency

    GF Piping Systems has introduced the new generation Type 561/562 Cone Check Valve and the Type 591/595 Vent and Bleed Valve Series featuring a new spherical cone shape design that offers improved flow characteristics and leak-proof operating performance.  Available in sizes from 3/8” – 4”, customers can select from PVC, CPVC, PROGEF Standard, ...


    By GF Piping Systems

  • Upcoming conferences, user groups, seminars and webinars

    In the coming months Innovyze will be running a range of events world-wide that we believe will greatly benefit you as an existing or potential user of our software solutions. We hope you will be able to join us at one or more of the events listed below. We also invite you to check out the latest posts and videos on the Innovyze Insider Blog, and our latest press releases. Join us for a ...


    By Innovyze

  • Valves, Like Humans, Require Exercise

    'Out of sight, out of mind” is one way to describe many water operators’ attitudes toward water distribution valves. That is until one fails. Typically, once one valve fails, others follow suit. The best option to combat faulty valves is a regular exercise program. The potential for line failure during critical work periods is always present. Broken valves can result in costly problems, ...

  • Check valves protect Brisbane central district from floods

    Flood prevention in Brisbane, Australia, is paramount to a sense of security for those living in close proximity to the Brisbane River. Kerry Olsson of Wapro AB reports why the Brisbane city council chose WaStop check valves to prevent the reoccurrence of devastating and costly flooding in its central business district after trials, tests, and analysis. Situated inside a bend of the Brisbane ...


    By Wapro AB

  • Teck Metals ordered to pay $3 million fine

    Teck Metals Ltd. was ordered to pay a $3,000,000 penalty on February 29, 2016, in British Columbia Provincial Court after pleading guilty to three offences under the Fisheries Act related to releases of effluent deleterious to fish into the Columbia River. In addition to the penalty, Teck Metals Ltd. agreed to undertake on-site improvement ...

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