Key Features from the Technologies for CMOM Activities in Wastewater Collection Systems Publication
The Technologies for CMOM Activities in Wastewater Collection Systems publication is available for order on the Water Environment Federation (WEF) website in both print and digital versions. This 120-page wastewater collection resource highlights how capacity, management, operations, and maintenance (CMOM) activities can be further enhanced through the implementation of technology that supports preventative and predictive operation and maintenance (O&M).
Two of the wastewater experts that contributed to this resource are Kimley-Horn’s Charles Starling, P.E., BCEE, and Brock Jones, P.E. Charles and Brock collaborated with Stacy Hayden, Engineering Director at the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority, to write “Chapter 3: Collection System Operation and Maintenance-Related Technologies.” Here are some features you can expect to find in this publication:
- Key technologies outlined in this resource can help advance your wastewater collection system, promoting proactive rather than reactive O&M.
- Technologies discussed are both practical and cost-effective for a variety of utilities, optimizing O&M budgets and reducing life-cycle costs.
- The resource covers evaluation of the physical condition of assets.
- Data collection and analytics practices discussed in the resource can help system operators address overflows and implement measures for prevention.
- The publication discusses “smart sewers” and their data-driven features and dynamics that can maximize real-time information and controls.
Visit the WEF website to learn more about the Technologies for CMOM Activities in Wastewater Collection Systems publication and order a copy in your preferred format.
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