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Time for the water industry to get SMART says Mike Strahand of ATi
August 21st, 2019
Mike Strahand, a director of the Sensors for Water Interest Group and MD at Analytical Technologies Inc., says the industry needs to get to grips with smart distribution networks
In the developed world, potable water is delivered to people via a complex infrastructure consisting of water catchment, water treatment, water storage (reservoirs, towers) and water distribution (pipes).
The first two elements are well understood; what is less well understood is what happens to water as it journeys to the tap.
Full article available from WWT online
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