Reliability Impact in the Water and Wastewater Industry
Water and wastewater treatment plants are critical infrastructure systems for our communities. These facilities must meet strict federal and state regulatory requirements while balancing the costs of aging infrastructure on a limited budget. Additionally, these facilities face the challenge of increasing demand for water treatment services, putting additional pressure on their systems. According to the ASCE 2017 Infrastructure Report Card for Wastewater, more than 56 million new people will depend on public treatment systems, requiring more than $270 billion to meet future demands.
As wastewater facilities continue to adjust to the increasing demand with aging infrastructure, reliability becomes a key factor in helping facilities avoid operational failure. We take our experience from working with some of the most complex industrial facilities and translate that knowledge into more efficient and more sustainable operations for the water and wastewater industries. Through data-backed optimization we avoid process interruptions, budget exceedances and effluent violations, preserving your utilities goodwill with the public. We resolve the issues that keep you up at night.
Read our Economics of Reliability Report for the US Water & Wastewater Industries to learn more about the impact of reliability in the industry.