Echologics Transmission Main Leak Detection

Article | Nov 21, 2016

How to Rapidly Reduce NRW Levels

To deal with NRW effectively, it is crucial to know where the losses are occurring and how much water is lost. The most common approach to tackle water loss involves establishing District Metered Areas (DMAs) to conduct flow balancing, where the difference between the volume of water entering the zone and the actual consumption is identified. From this, the level of NRW and leakage can be determined. [...]

Echologics Staff in California

Article | Nov 16, 2016

Water Technology Roadshow in Southern California

Echologics was proud to be part of a technology roadshow in California which was organized by the Consulates General of Canada in Los Angeles and San Diego, together with the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.[...]

Article | Nov 15, 2016

Sustainable Water Infrastructure Management (SWIM) Case Study: Condition Assessment of Asbestos Cement Water Mains in California

ARCADIS approached Echologics to gain information on critical portions of asbestos cement distribution mains in the City of San Diego. To achieve these objectives, Echologics utilized the ePulse™ condition assessment method to determine the current condition of the pipe walls and locate leaks. [...]

A hole in the ground with a pipe going through

Article | Nov 7, 2016

Water & Wastewater Asia Interview with Mark Nicol

Echologics was contracted by GHD to survey approximately 17,500 feet of distribution mains for Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC). This pilot project was initiated to fulfill three main objectives – 1) Calibrate the developed Asset Management (AM) desktop model, 2) Ascertain the criticality of the pipes scheduled for replacement based on the predictions of the asset management model, and 3) Evaluate the Echologics proprietary acoustic condition assessment technology. A comprehensive test protocol was established for this pilot project.[...]

2016 Best Smart Water Technology Award

Article | Sep 15, 2016

Best Smart Water Solution Award

Echologics as part of a broader Mueller Water Products, Inc. team received the 2016 Best Smart Water Solution award at the Smart Water Summit which took place in Florida.  Over 100 utility executives selected the award recipient after hearing presentations from nearly 40 smart water technology providers. [...]

EchoShore-DX Locates a Water Main Leak for Repair

Article | Aug 25, 2016

IoT - Make the Right Decisions at the Right Time

Echologics is one of several water-industry companies collaborating closely with Bell Canada to create and launch integrated IoT-based solutions for deployment by water utilities. Data gathered by Echologics sensors and automated devices communicating through Bell’s planned low-power LTE-M wireless networks are processed by enterprise-grade data aggregation and reporting software, enabling utilities to boost operational efficiencies, cut costs, and deliver improved service to customers.[...]

Echologics MasterClass for Water Loss and Pressure Management

Article | Aug 16, 2016

On-Going Training for Water Loss and Pressure Management

Echologics is committed to providing world-class training programs for its field engineers.  Hands on courses are provided at Echologics 3-acre training and research facility located in Walkerton, Ontario, while in-class learning is provided by a number of world renowned experts such as Allan Lambert of ILMSS Ltd.  A core group of Echologics staff recently attended a MasterClass for Water Loss and Pressure Management North Wales provided by Mr. Lambert. [...]

Echologics Leak Detection in China

Article | Aug 10, 2016

Leak Detection Workshop in China

For a country with 20% of the World’s population, but only 6% of global freshwater resources, China faces some major water scarcity issues.  Despite an extensive national water supply network, a rapidly growing population is putting ever increasing strain on a network suffering from aging infrastructure and inadequate management.  Despite major initiatives driven by the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (MOHURD), China faces a national NRW rate of approx. 21%, equivalent to 37 m3/km/day.[...]

Article | Aug 9, 2016

Water & Wastewater Asia Magazine Interview with Mark Nicol, Regional Director, Asia

Water scarcity is increasing around the world, and utilities are scrambling to gain better control of their resources now more than ever. Against this backdrop, Echologics has entered the Southeast Asia market to empower utilities with improved knowledge of their water pipelines so they are able to address their water-related situations – with non-invasive technologies! Especially during a period when governments are also exploring smart technologies to boost performance efficiencies, it seems like Echologics’ entry into the market could not have come at a better time.[...]

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