Greg Quist, PhD, Chairman of the Urban Water Institute and founder and CEO of SmartCover Systems, took the audience of big data experts in attendance at O’Reilly’s Strata Data Conference “to the dark side” – where water and sewer systems are dangerously old, sewer spills are frequent and water main breaks wreak havoc. In his
GlobalWaterWorks Salutes #RunningDry Movement and Invites Use of NRWA Savings Engine to Save Water, Save Energy and Save Money
GlobalWaterWorks salutes Mina Guli, water advocate and ultra runner, for her commitment to running 100 Marathons in 100 Days for one reason – to shine a light on the global water crisis. Mina completed 62 marathons in 62 days before a stress fracture took her off the track, but not off purpose. The global running
By 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in cities, up from 50% today. Many cities are already running out of water. The MIT Water Summit is a great opportunity to meet and hear from top people in the water sector including speakers from water utilities & government agencies, industry & start-ups, NGOs, and academia. Mary Conley Eggert, GWW’s Chief Innovation Officer, will be on the panel: Implementing Innovative Solutions, Friday, Nov 16th.
It’s time for data to fuel technology to drive transformational change for water utilities, save millions of dollars for municipalities, and protect citizens and the environment.
North America’s water industry leaders discussed the digital transformation of the water industry in 10 separate roundtables, organized by GlobalWaterWorks at the SWAN North American Alliance Workshop in Chicago.
In today’s consumer-driven world, customers want to know everything that affects them, whether it’s electronics and home goods, or water and other utilities. Learn what utilities can do to engage customers and become heroes.
The U.K. is lending its water smarts to the U.S with Save Water Save Money, and GlobalWaterWorks is pleased to partner with CEO and founder Tim Robertson to spread the word. SaveWaterSaveMoney is used by 90% of UK utilities to engage customers in achieving water mandates by tapping their customers’ natural desire to know and
GlobalWaterWorks Leads Panel of Water Management Experts at WATEC Israel 2017 where attendees learned about go-to-market strategies and success stories that are accelerating adoption of smart water technologies.
Last month at Invest H2O, GlobalWaterWorks (GWW) debuted the INTEGRATE Panel that discussed how to help industry participants share their knowledge, connections and rapidly scale results. Why INTEGRATE? The water industry is fragmented, silos run deep in essential areas of research and innovation and technology isn’t adequately integrated in the water industry.
Savvy wastewater pros are leading the way by using technology to efficiently manage wastewater and create new revenue streams in areas that were previously thought of as waste. The dirty little secret is only dirty because it starts with wastewater. Smart, data-driven processes are harvesting nutrients, energy and water (N.E.W. Water) from wastewater. Furthermore, they